(ReliableNews.org) – Not even Democrats can deny President Donald Trump’s foreign policy successes. One of the most important relationships he has forged during his time in the White House is the one he has with North Korea. Unfortunately, our biggest ally in the region doesn’t believe Joe Biden will continue the president’s hard work if he is sworn in on January 20.
According to a November 24 Newsweek report, South Korea’s media, the Yonhap News Agency, is not convinced Biden’s potential cabinet picks would take a hardline against the North. The journalists specifically pointed to his choice for secretary of state, Antony Blinken, saying he will likely “be open to dialogue with” the North but not as enthusiastically as President Trump.
Joe Biden's team unlikely to take hard line on North Korea, South's media says https://t.co/grh4k5GdO2
— Newsweek (@Newsweek) November 24, 2020
President Trump jumped into the relationship with both feet. He was willing to appease Kim Jong-un if it meant keeping America safe and his decision allowed the US to not have any conflicts with the nation for years. Is that going to change if Biden takes over?
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