President Trump sat down for an eye-opening interview with Sean Hannity after his historic summit.
The interview will air tonight but Fox released some early cuts.
It is going to be must-see television because Trump reveals the behind the scenes action that led up to the history making moment, the secret tactic he used to get it done, and why Obama failed so badly.
From The Dailly Caller:
After rehashing some of the remarks Trump made, such as calling Kim Jong Un “little rocket man,” and “my button is bigger,” Hannity asked, “How did it evolve from that to this, because he did say at the very beginning, we’re going to basically start over and that has been building behind the scenes?”
Trump bluntly replied, “Well, I think without the rhetoric, we wouldn’t have been here.”
The president continued by taking subtle jabs at nameless prior administrations, stating, “other administrations … had a policy of silence. If they said something very bad, very threatening and horrible, just don’t answer. That’s not the answer. That’s not what you have to do.”
Trump said he didn’t like using the harsh rhetoric, telling Hannity, “I hated to do it. Sometimes I felt foolish doing it, but we had no choice.
From Fox News:
“I think without the rhetoric we wouldn’t have been here. I really believe that. We did sanctions and all of the things that you would do,” Trump said. “Other administrations … had a policy of silence. If [North Korea] said something very bad, very threatening and horrible, just don’t answer. That’s not the answer. That’s not what you have to do.”
“So I think the rhetoric — I hated to do it. Sometimes I felt foolish doing it. But we had no choice.”
Posted by Trumpster S. Thompson on Tuesday, June 12, 2018