President Trump has a way of doing things. Let’s call it the “Trump Way.” The Trump Way is demonstrated in the way Trump makes deals. In his book, “The Art of the Deal,” Trump talks about using your leverage. This is what he says: “The worst thing you can possibly do in a deal is seem desperate to make it. That makes the other guy smell blood, and then you’re dead.”
At the heart of the Trump Way is the ability to walk away from a bad deal.
In negotiating any deal, the key points of the transaction must be communicated accurately to the other party. I must, of course, be certain that the deal will be a successful one for me, while at the same time convincing the other party that making a deal with me is in his or her best interest. In other words, I have to make the other party think, “If I don’t make this deal, it’s my loss.” Continue reading ★President Trump’s Best Option in Korea is to Arrest the Communist Moon Jae-in
What was the original purpose of the US-North Korea summit? And what misguided purpose can the talks take?
To state the conclusion, it is not only Kim Jong-un whose life is at stake in the US-North Korea talks, but also Moon Jae-in.
The reason why denuclearization became the focus of the Korean Peninsula issue is because fundamentally we have to solve the genocide and human rights crisis. We know this is happening in the North, but Moon Jae-in is bringing it to the South as well.
Continue reading ★The Steps Trump Must Take to Defeat Kissinger
It’s been announced that on June 12, 2018, President Trump will meet Kim Jong-un in Singapore. Or, will it actually happen?
Why is Trump meeting Kim?
What does Trump have to be careful of?
What do the people of the Republic of Korea need to do?
How can we help President Trump?
Continue reading ★Why Trump is granting a meeting to Kim Jong-un, if it ever happens.
May 14th, 2018
[Eugene Kim, Esq.]
□ Washington, Wednesday, May 9th After President Trump withdrew from the Iran nuclear deal, Obama, in a rare move since he left office, issued a public statement criticizing the decision as a mistake.
While Obama was in office, Iran maintained its weapons programs with the help of a secret deal with North Korea. Obama’s policy of strategic patience made the Iran-North Korea deal possible. It was a terrible strategy that resulted in direct threats against the US.
Kim Dae-jung’s policy of pouring money into North Korea had the same effect for South Korea – it allowed North Korea to rapidly develop its nuclear program.
Obama’s criticism confirms his identity as a traitor to the American people and a defender of evil.
Continue reading ★Eight Cities, One Affair. Connecting the Dots
There are three reasons why President Trump will never give up on the Republic of Korea.
First, American national interest is tied to Korea.
Second, Trump’s personal and political interest is tied to Korea.
Third, failure in Korea will mean that Trump has failed his core supporters.
Continue reading Three reasons why Trump can never give up on ROK