Is Trump about to have his biggest diplomatic victory yet?
According to Yonhap, North Korea’s top envoy to India on Wednesday offered a conditional moratorium, i.e. halt, on his country’s nuclear and missile tests in what was said to be an “apparent bid to hold talks with the United States.” While the North Korean offer is conditional, its “demands” are hardly outrageous.
North Korea goes nuclear. They are turned into a parking lot, but what about America. If America is nuked, would you know what to do? Along these lines, I asked survival expert, Bob Griswold to come on the show and talk about surviving the onslaught of radiation that would follow. Do you know what to do? Do you have the right equipment?
North Korea’s regime defied an increasingly broader chorus of voices, including the US, Japan, China, South Korea and Russia, saying on Monday that it will continue its nuclear weapons tests, and warned it would “speed up to the maximum” its measures for bolstering its nuclear deterrence in response to the U.S. increasing “aggression and hysteria” against the country, a North Korea Foreign Ministry spokesman says in statement distributed by the official Korean Central News Agency.