President Donald trump said Wednesday that "conversation is not a solution" when talking about the uprising in North Korea, contrary to some of his top Cabinet officials, who insist that the United States will continue to seek a peaceful resolution of tensions with Pyongyang, despite its provocative missile tests.
"The U.S. talking to North Korea and pay them money for 25 years. The conversation is not the solution!" wrote trump on Twitter, just days after North Korea launched a missile that flew toward Northern Japan.
Message trump that some undefined action, not talk, is just the latest signal sent by the President, which seemed to contradict the officials of the Cabinet of Ministers, which are most involved in finding ways of defusing nuclear confrontation in the region, home to billions of people.
"The idea that this is part of the strategy of" good COP, bad COP ", it seems, is an attempt to justify the reality of what the trump administration is in chaos when it comes to North Korea," said Abraham Denmark, a former assistant Secretary of Defense for East Asia.
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