Iran Lashes Out Over North Korea Summit, Warns Kim About Trump

Iran Lashes Out Over North Korea Summit, Warns Kim About Trump

By Missy Jackson | Monday Monday Staff -    2018-06-13    2 min read

Much to their chagrin, Iran recently learned that America’s new sheriff in town means business. Now, they are warning Kim Jong-Un and North Korea that President Trump is too unpredictable to be trusted. But their warning may be coming from an “inside” source.

A source inside Washington D.C.

Iran warns Kim after North Korea summit
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This week, President Trump sat down with Kim Jong-Un at a historic summit in Singapore. Together, the two vastly different leaders reached an agreement that could end a decades-old conflict. Not to mention, spare the world the tragedy of a nuclear holocaust.

Unfortunately, not everyone is happy about the meeting. Left-wing media and other critics touted the summit as weak on specifics and long on pandering. However, Iran had a different take on the summit.

“We don’t know what type of person the North Korean leader is negotiating with. It is not clear that he would not cancel the agreement before returning home,” Iranian government spokesman Mohammad Bagher Nobakht said according to the IRNA news agency.

Iran’s response, though asinine, is not surprising. Just last month, Trump decided to withdraw from the Iran Nuclear Deal, prompting an immediate backlash. At least from Congressional Democrats, Barack Obama, and their flock of sheeple anyways.

Of course, given what we know now about the nuclear agreement, it’s not hard to see why Iran is angry.

Think about it, no more billions of dollars dropped on some tarmac in the desert. And, their secret access to the U.S. banking system has been revealed. Better yet, there is no longer a president like Obama willing to hand them the world.

So yes, we see why they’re mad and we couldn’t care less. Why? Because Trump is doing the job voters elected him to do. Namely, not catering to countries who want to exploit or kill us. 

Still, even without those considerations, Iran’s argument is invalid. Obama made a bad deal with the Iranian government and Trump corrected the mistake. In no way, shape, or form, does that imply he will cancel an agreement with North Korea. If he does cancel, it will be because North Korea didn’t abide by the terms. 

That’s how deals are supposed to work, right?

Nevertheless, continuing to undermine Trump’s efforts, Nobakht curiously regurgitated a popular leftist talking point. “This man does not represent the American people, and they will surely distance themselves from him at the next elections,” he said.

We called his comments curious because former Obama CIA Director John Brennan made a very similar statement about Trump just days ago.

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Missy Jackson

Missy Jackson covers conservative politics and all things Trump. She holds a A.A.S. degree in Marketing and a B.S. in Applied Behavioral Science and Criminal Justice. When she's not working, Missy enjoys singing, playing classical piano, and traveling with her husband.

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