Bolton: The Trump Admin Policy on North Korea Looks a Lot Like Obama’s and Bush’s Policy

‘If we continue the policy of the prior administrations of negotiations combined with economic pressure North Korea will have deliverable nuclear weapons next year and we’ll be forced to live with that reality’

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BOLTON: "Well, you know, if you look at the past six and a half months, I'd have to say that the Trump administration policy looks a lot like the Obama Administration policy, and a lot like the George W. Bush administration policy. Secretary of State Tillerson said we'd be happy to North Korea if they would stop their missile tests. We’ve just seen this Security Council sanctions resolution, now one of a half a dozen since 2006 which have been routinely ignored before now. I -- I would predict this. If we continue the policy of the prior administrations of negotiations combined with economic pressure North Korea will have deliverable nuclear weapons next year and we’ll be forced to live with that as far as that I can see."

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