Trump Has a Character Limit to Foreign Diplomacy

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Trump, the master at diplomacy, responded to the launch with a tweet.

“North Korea disrespected the wishes of China & its highly respected President when it launched, though unsuccessfully, a missile today. Bad!”

This was the 75th missile test by North Korea under Kim Jong Un’s watch since 2011 and at least the eighth since Trump’s inauguration in January.

Trump, who told Reuters in an interview earlier that there was a chance the US “could end up having a major, major conflict with North Korea.”

Imagine the absurdity of the President of the United States resorting to social media to address any foreign policy matter.  I’m sure that Kim Jong-un considers himself appropriately reprimanded by having Trump tell him that his actions were “BAD”.

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  1. Wonder if “Declaration of War” can be copyrighted on Twitter so Drumpf has to pay me royalties to use that phrase?


  2. Trump’s twitter diplomacy was greatly focused and bigly productive. As a result, Kim slapped himself on the forehead causing a yuge bruise (sad!), and apologized profusely for his warmongering oversight. To show his good faith, Kim turned his missiles into plowshares and his nukes into pruning hooks. He even scrapped his microwave oven spy camera program. The Donald went on to win the Curtis LeMay Peace Prize, and then bombed North Korea back into the Stoned Age. Badass! He recycled the bombing rubble and used it to build a beautiful wall in a matter of months — and way under budget. Alex Jones and Fox co-hosted a week-long love and worship fest in his honor. The miscreants who illegally voted against him saw the error of their ways, repented, and burned their voter IDs. Trump deported Bannon, Kellyanne, and millions of other illegal space aliens back to Zorblatt 9, or wherever else they came from. He became the greatest presidential president ever. Period. The greatest. His greatness was unpresidented. America became great again. Greatly.


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