Trump’s Maneuvering in North Korea Baffles Clueless Ben Shapiro

President Donald Trump is a master of manipulation whose groundbreaking achievements in the science of deal-making have made him a best-selling author, top TV host, casino magnate, boardroom kingpin, and now the most powerful man in the free world.

But that isn’t enough for little Ben Shapiro, who took to his Twitter account to whine about the progress in North Korea. Sensing an impasse in negotiations earlier in the week as his chance to strike, the staunch neoconservative jumped into action spewing dangerous rhetoric that could jeopardize all of Trump’s progress being made in the region.

Little Ben likes to act like he is the preeminent foreign policy expert, despite having vocally supported the Iraq War and other atrocities for many years. But if he spent more time understanding Trump’s psychology rather than reading Heritage Foundation white papers all day, Shapiro would understand that Trump is working his deal-making prowess on North Korean ruler Kim Jong-un brilliantly.

“My style of deal-making is quite simple and straightforward. I aim very high, and then I just keep pushing and pushing and pushing to get what I’m after. Sometimes I settle for less than I sought, but in most cases I still end up with what I want,” Trump wrote in his 1987 book Art of the Deal.

After schmoozing Kim for a great many months, Trump is ready to move the man toward his goals. Trump wants to open up the markets in North Korea, unleash a wave of prosperity, and save millions from destitution while getting the belligerent nation to denuclearize. He is shooting for the moon, and fully intends to get everything he wants.

“The worst thing you can possibly do in a deal is seem desperate to make it. That makes the other guy smell blood, and then you’re dead,” Trump wrote in another excerpt from his signature book.

Trump is showing Kim that there is nothing the dictator can do to besmirch him. If the deal fails, it is no sweat off Trump’s back. Trump lives to fight another day, and Kim goes back to being a world pariah. If Kim wants to be anything more than he is right now on the global stage, he knows he has to play Trump’s game not vice versa.

Reports from the Koreas back up that Trump’s plan is succeeding. The North Koreans maintain that despite the hiccup friendly discussions will continue between Trump and Kim in the weeks to come while South Korean President Moon Jae-in claims that “more meaningful progress than ever” was accomplished during this meeting than ever before.

The leaders who are actually invested in unifying the Koreas are very much in support of Trump’s diplomatic maneuvering. While neocons like Ben Shapiro – who was a Never Trumper, is completely happy with the ongoing demographic shift in the United States, and has never stood for ‘America First’ a day in his life – may not like what Trump is doing, those on the authentic right need to tune out these disingenuous naysayers to help their President achieve his laudable foreign policy goals.

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