Former Vice President Al Gore told BBC 4’s Radio Today that President Trump ‘inherited a very dangerous situation’ with North Korea – an admission at direct odds with the blame heaped the President by the MSM for rising tensions between the two nations.
The Washington Examiner reports that “Gore believes President Trump should be praised for his handling of escalating tensions between the United States and North Korea, lauding the U.N. Security Council’s unanimous vote to impose new sanctions on Pyongyang.”
Gore added that while Trump’s “fire and fury” warning didn’t help the situation, the sanctions levied against N. Korea were an “achievement for his diplomacy.”
The former VP went on to say “Donald Trump inherited a very dangerous situation that has been building for some time,” adding “This crisis has been building since long before Donald Trump entered the White House.”
People are all over Twitter pointing out how former President Bill Clinton not only threatened North Korea over their nuclear ambitions – he tried to sell them two nuclear reactors!
NKorea Flashback: Bill Clinton on his deal with North Korea "The world will be safer." Whoops. pic.twitter.com/HDf86yqbEq
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