Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., has a warning for North Korea’s Kim Jong Un amid denuclearization talks with the United States, play President Donald Trump and it will spell “the end of the North Korean regime.”
“Here is the problem North Korea has: They played every president before – Clinton, Bush, all of them,” Graham told “The Cats Roundtable” on 970 AM-N.Y. “If they try to play Trump, they are going to regret it.
“Trump said . . . ‘North Korea has played us like a fiddle. They are not going to play me!’ So, I would tell Kim Jong Un the worst thing you can do is have a face-to-face with Trump and back out of the deal, or try to play him.
“Because, if you do that, that’s the end of the North Korean regime, and he has to know that. I would not mess with Trump if I were Kim Jong Un.”
Graham praised President Trump for the very things he has been criticized for: Tough talk with Kim. President Trump’s public admission he was willing to go to war to stop North Korea’s nuclear war and rebuilding the military has changed the “attitude” of North Korea and China, Graham told host John Catsimatidis.
“If he can pull this off, if Trump can get North Korea to give up their nuclear weapons and end the Korean War, he deserves the Nobel Peace Prize – I know that drives the liberals crazy – but he would deserve that and then some,” Graham told Catsimatidis.
“. . . Obama got it for not being [George W.] Bush, Trump would have actually earned it.”
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