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Opinion in Brief
Gary Bauer: “President Trump continued to take fire from the Left over the weekend for his decision to meet with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. Its arguments, however, continued to be contradictory and confusing. Ben Rhodes, one of Obama’s top national security officials, told ABC’s ‘This Week’ that dealing with North Korea wasn’t ‘a real estate deal or a reality TV show.’ Rhodes insisted, ‘You need diplomats.’ Right. The same ‘experts’ who for the past 30 years did nothing about North Korea. The ‘diplomats’ gave us a nuclear-armed North Korea. … In addition, some on the Left suddenly seemed worried about the president going soft on foreign dictators. That’s strange. The Left wasn’t worried when Barack Obama was appeasing Iran’s Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Khamenei. The Left wasn’t worried when Obama was caving in to the Castro brothers. The Left wasn’t worried when Obama was showing his flexibility for Vladimir Putin. In addition, The Washington Post was bemoaning the fact that Trump was putting down conditions that he wanted to ensure were met. The Post headline suggested the president might be having ‘cold feet,’ while the column implied the conditions might jeopardize the talks. The media’s mixed messages simply prove once again that the resistance to Trump trumps everything else. The Left and its media allies will turn on a dime depending on what the president is doing.”