Most of America is happy about the progress President Donald Trump has made with North Korea.
But not everyone is happy; many anti-Trump Democrats have publicly come out against Trump’s dealings with Kim Jong Un.
And Chuck Schumer just took things to another level and did something that could send the U.S. to war.
If there’s one thing you can be certain of, it’s that Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer is going to disagree with virtually everything President Trump does.
Even when it is something like lowering taxes, securing the border, or even talking a brutal dictator into giving up his nuclear weapons, Schumer is against it.
Trump made history over the weekend with his historic meeting in Singapore with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un.
For many years, North Korea has been a violent threat to the world, which would continually insult and threaten America.
While that is the Kim Jong Un of last year, over the weekend Kim seemed gracious and respectful during his meeting with President Donald Trump.
The two of them talked for nearly five hours, shared a traditional Korean meal, and signed an agreement that would open the possibility of denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula.
Any rational American would see that as fantastic.
But the anti-Trump left isn’t rational, and immediately looked for any excuse to condemn the meeting between the two world leaders.
Chuck Schumer took to the Senate floor to make his opinion known that Trump made a bad decision meeting with Kim Jong Un.
Schumer stated that the meeting was “very worrisome,” and argued that North Korea was the real winner, while America was the loser at the negotiation table.
He then went on to attack President Trump for “legitimiz[ing] a brutal dictator who has starved his own people.”
The only thing Schumer is correct about is that Kim has starved his people, and is a brutal dictator.
Other than that, he is off the mark when it comes to the negotiations made by Donald Trump.
Trump has been planning his meeting with Kim for many months and used it as an opportunity to feel out the North Korean leader to see if he is willing to make a deal with the United States to improve relations between the two nations and with South Korea.
It seems Schumer’s solution would be to either ignore Kim Jong Un or confront him with military power.
Ignoring Kim Jong Un would only allow him to continue developing nuclear weapons, and potentially become a threat to the United States.
Confronting him militarily would assuredly send the United States to war.
While President Trump isn’t afraid of going to war, he is looking to do everything in his power to avoid it.
A war with North Korea would mean potentially hundreds of thousands of U.S. deaths over something that has the possibility of being talked out.
Donald Trump is taking the peaceful road, unlike Chuck Schumer who appears to want nothing more than war with North Korea.
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