Skip to comments.Trump's breakup letter with Kim Jong Un leaves experts puzzled
Posted on 05/24/2018 5:37:47 PM PDT by cba123
"We greatly appreciate your time, patience and effort with respect to our recent negotiations and discussions" about the upcoming meeting, Trump's missive began.
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Which is what he should have been focusing on now, anyway.
The “experts” have been inept at dealing with our enemies for a long long time.
If they’re puzzled, they’re not experts. Just amateurs.
Fear, Uncertainty and Doubt.
Pretty fair synopsis of Trump's letter. At least we have our hostages back.
Reading the article these are not experts at anything except being Democrat operatives.
Thee Art of the Deal!!
They are puzzled because they are not used to anyone from the US taking command of a situation and being the adult....
They are used to capitulation and groveling...
The “experts” can kiss my covfefe.
Nk is part of China negotiations.
China would be better off, now and in the future, if NK and Iran were peaceful.
Their bellicosity is costing China a fortune.
A fortune that trade may not longer provide.
The experts ... LOL! Like James Crapper? Jim “Gumby” Comey? John “Dzerzhinsky” Brennan? No thanks. These idiots got us INTO this mess!
“If theyre puzzled, theyre not experts. Just amateur”
True. They clearly don’t know what it looks like to be in the middle of negotiating an important deal. One can reasonably conclude that they’re suckers just waiting to be ripped off.
The letter was pretty self explanatory. And hilarious.
The art of the dealknow when to walk away. Be sure to flaunt your vastly superior nuclear capabilities on your way out.
And, PS, thanks for our hostages back. That was super sweet of you.
Whats puzzling? Kim needs this meeting way more than Trump does. We have nukes, money, and food. What does Kim have that we want?
Dont forget DOCTOR Ben Rhodes.
“It’s not you, it’s me...”
I don’t believe Korea has cost the Chinese even one cent, yet.
China has been entirely on the back burner. While their trade surplus this year, is increasing even larger than last year’s all time record high.
NOW, Korea is off the front burner. China now gets our complete attention.
We will see if that changes, now.
It’s surprising how many folks don’t understand the strategy of negotiations. Kim tested Trump to see how badly he wanted to get a deal. (Delegates not showing up for the preliminaries in Singapore). Trump signals back by calling off the negotiations (’I’d like a deal, but I don’t need one’).
If Kim thinks he needs a deal, things will get back on track, but Trump will know that he can squeeze. If Kim doesn’t, the parties have both signaled that they want a deal, but don’t need one, and negotiations will go forward through proxies.
Maybe I should get rich selling cars to politicians and journalists. None of them seem to know how to negotiate.
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