President Trump was correct when he recently said that he has been preparing for the North Korea summit his entire life. In fact, there is video evidence to prove it.
On Friday the President said –
President Donald Trump expressed confidence Friday that he is fully prepared for his planned summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, but with only days to go until the historic event, Democrats and experts still have reservations about his negotiating strategy.
“I always believe in preparation, but I’ve been preparing all my life,” Trump told reporters outside the White House on Friday morning before leaving for the G7 summit in Canada. He is scheduled to leave there on Saturday morning to travel to Singapore, where he is set to meet with Kim Tuesday to discuss shutting down the reclusive regime’s nuclear weapons program.
The President is right and there is video evidence to prove it. Not only has he been negotiating mega deals for a living on some of the priciest and most beautiful real estate properties on earth, he also used these skills to win the US election for President – beating 17 Republican hopefuls and the crooked Clinton machine. The President also had a best seller (The Art of the Deal) and held one of the nation’s number one TV show for years (remember – You’re Fired!).
But there is also proof that the President has been thinking about how to deal with North Korea for years.
President Trump was on Meet the Press nearly 20 years ago where he provided his ideas about North Korea –
— TheDeepStateExposed (@trumpism_45) June 10, 2018
The President was also on CNN in 1999 where he again shared his ideas about North Korea –
When @realDonaldTrump says he has been preparing all his life for this Summit, he means it. He has been following this issue for years, preparing how to negotiate & knows how to deal with NOKO.
Watch this 1999 interview:#MyPresident pic.twitter.com/dXqvmkQmm4
— Roya (#MAGA) رویا (@ZibaLady1) June 10, 2018
The famous Dilbert cartoon writer Scott Adams notes for Americans not to worry –
President Trump has over fifty years of negotiating experience. Chairman Kim might be negotiating for the first time in his entire life. Sometimes we worry about the wrong things. #SingaporeSummit https://t.co/DLYHVOCuek
— Scott Adams (@ScottAdamsSays) June 11, 2018