If I were a little North Korean dictator I would be shaking in my shoes anytime I hear the words, “We’ll see.” from President Donald Trump. If you’ve been watching him for a while, you know that when he hedges his public comment bets, it usually means there is something strong and severe coming down the pike. “Little Kim” should be very wary of testing this president.
The Daily Caller echoes my sentiments.
President Donald Trump is not modifying his position on de-nuclearization of the Korean peninsula despite threats by North Korea to cancel a planned summit with the US.
“We’ll have to see” whether the summit happens, Trump said, refusing to engage reporters on whether he believed that North Korean leader Kim Jong Un was bluffing over his threats. “We haven’t seen anything. We haven’t heard anything. We will see what happens. Whatever it is.”
… Complete de-nuclearization of the peninsula has been the stated goal of the summit from the Trump administration since the its announcement.
And ABC affiliate notes the White House’s answer to Un’s chest beating.
“This is something that we fully expected,” press secretary Sarah Sanders told reporters at the White House today. “The president is very used to being ready for tough negotiations and if they want to meet, we’ll be ready, and if they don’t, that’s okay, too.”