San Fran Nan is at it again with her policy towards President Trump: no good deed goes unpunished. First, the tax reform deal offered taxpayers ‘crumbs’, and now the NK Nuclear Summit is apparently ‘conceding too much’.
Regardless of one’s position on Trump, there’s no way to discount how huge this is.
George W. Bush warned the world of the threat from the ‘Axis of Evil’, which in roughly 18 months has been largely neutralized.
And let’s not forget that Pelosi praised President Obama’s Iran Deal as a ‘masterpiece’ despite that it gave away billions of taxpayer dollars (illegally) and virtually zero accountability to promises of non-proliferation and halted development of nuclear weapons.
Note to Pelosi: last time a Republican president had a major victory in foreign affairs, his party won a landslide in the November elections.
Here’s more from Breitbart…
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) trashed President Donald Trump’s diplomatic efforts Tuesday at a summit with North Korea’s Kim Jong-un in Singapore, claiming he had conceded too much to the regime.
The would-be Speaker of the House also complained that Trump had insulted American allies and sidelined the experts at the State Department.
Pelosi’s full statement, as reported by Alex Moe of NBC News, is as follows:
Nuclear nonproliferation is a pillar of America’s national security. We respect any serious and real diplomatic efforts to achieve that goal on the Korean peninsula. Apparently, the President just handed Kim Jong-un concessions in exchange for vague promises that do not approach a clear and comprehensive pathway to denuclearization and non-proliferation.
In his haste to reach an agreement, President Trump elevated North Korea to the level of the United States while preserving the regime’s status quo. The millions of families currently living in fear of nuclear weapons in the region deserve strong and smart leadership built-in diplomacy and engagement with our regional partners and allies.
The president’s marginalization of the State Department and his habitual disparaging of our allies as demonstrated at the G7 Forum hinders a lasting, stable pathway to peace.