Jimmy Carter Wants to Be Trump’s North Korea Envoy

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Former President Jimmy Carter told The New York Times in an interview that he wants to be President Trump’s North Korea envoy.
“I would go, yes,” Carter, 93, said. “I’m afraid, too, of a situation. I don’t know what they’ll do. Because they want to save their regime.”

 

Carter, a Democrat, said he has spoken with Trump’s national security adviser, H.R. McMaster, about the job. During the interview, Carter lashed out at the Obama administration’s foreign policy more than Trump’s. Read more at the NEW YORK TIMES.

{Matzav.com}

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  1. Jimmy Carter, under whose deal the U.S. was snookered by North Korea, allowing them to get the A-bomb while reaping all kinds of benefits from us for supposedly not doing so? No, no, no, no, no! No x 1000!

  2. What a wonderful idea. This brainless senior citizen would go there, and immediately criticize the US government, as he has done numerously, on his trips to enemy states.

  3. In other words, Jimmy the peanut farmer wanted to be North Korea’s envoy, but he was too crazy for Kim’s taste, hence had to settle for the US envoy.

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