“Israel will not allow Iran to produce nuclear weapons.”
Like a good neighbor, Kim Jong-un is there…
Same old song and dance, but with landmines
It was nice while it lasted
“There is a lot of work ahead.”
“It’s an encouraging early sign.”
Just what we needed
Issues “statement of appreciation” to workers.
Heard it through the grapevine?
Adds to federal government’s supply
“I think it might actually have some merit under certain circumstances.”
“[A] patient during treatment will test negative one day and positive another.”
What could go wrong?
And guess who’s swooping in to fill the vacuum?
“This is what North Korea does when it’s angry.”
An “interesting” proposal
“Sexy beautiful women are prey.”
A new twist to the story
“Err on the side of caution — the risks are simply not going to be worth the benefits.”
The dictator isn’t serious about reform
South Korea, Japan: Whew.
Shifting alliances on a diplomatic chess board
“The United States must now recognize the accurate meaning of the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula…”
Are they getting serious?
Their peace in our time?
Jumping the gun a bit, aren’t we?
Kim still not ready to give before he gets
“… to happen at the earliest convenience in order to speed up the denuclearization process.”
Progress, but not of the sort we’d hoped
Now it’s the Everybody Loves Kim show
Sticking with the program… for now
Too clever by half?
“President Trump has been incredibly clear about the sequencing.”
The firing line
Getting to know you.
Positive, but oh so vague in critical areas
A deal not as dead as we were told?
“Nobody should be anxious. We have to get it right.”
So much for bipartisan cooperation.
Another one bites the dust
All 50 state capitols on edge