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Trump Did Right Thing Walking Away From N. Korea Summit, William Cohen Says

Trump Did Right Thing Walking Away From N. Korea Summit, William Cohen Says



Feb.28 — Former U.S. Defense Secretary William Cohen discusses President Donald Trump walking away from an agreement with North Korea’s Kim Jong Un after a summit in Vietnam. He speaks with Bloomberg’s Caroline Hyde and Scarlet Fu on “Bloomberg Markets: The Close.”

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  1. Here's what I saw: He went there, got humiliated by Cohen, was laughed at by Kim, made an ass of himself over Otto Warmbier, and retreated. You can call it "walked away," but what I saw looked more like a run.

  2. When you're digging a hole it's good to stop digging. So Cohen, a man with an honorable record of bipartisan, and serious, service might seem to have a point.
    The problem is that "digging a hole" is not the right metaphor for Trump's Administration.
    The Trump Administration is a river of sewage. Trump opened the sluice-gate, then jumped into the stream.
    He doggie-paddled to Hanoi in the stream. He turned around and doggie-paddled back in it. He's still in it up to his neck.