Out with the old, in with the less old.
Getting to know you.
“This is essentially some very smart analysts offering their very best guesses”?
“Solid response to my letter, thank you!”
Positive, but oh so vague in critical areas
A deal not as dead as we were told?
“President Trump would be helping make China great again.”
“For thirty years, they have played us.”
Rocket man returns to the table?
“Nobody should be anxious. We have to get it right.”
“We had received no response to our inquiries.”
“Meet us at a meeting room or encounter us at nuclear-to-nuclear showdown.”
“A bad deal is not an option.”
“If this is true, then administration has surrendered to #China on #ZTE.”
“Dialogue and saber-rattling can never go together.”
Wait and see.
“We’ll see what happens.”
Madman across the water
“Be cool, it will all work out!”
The unintended consequences will hurt everyone longterm.
“Date & Place set.”
Off the table.
Kim to China: I’m serious about denuclearization.
So much winning.
Pompeo: “A bad deal is not an option.”
Many paths to failure, but only a few to the Nobel.
If he’s serious it’s a remarkable moment. That’s a big if, though
“We’re not going to be played.”
Many a slip twixt the cup and the lip