(UnitedVoice.com) – In 2019, then-President Donald Trump made a decision to end two large scale war games it had scheduled with South Korea. It was part of his plan to promote peace in the region. President Joe Biden isn’t continuing that policy and now the North Koreans have responded.
On Tuesday, March 16, Kim Jong-un’s sister, Kim Yo-jong, released a statement criticizing the Biden administration’s decision to hold joint military drills with South Korea. Yo-jong said the new president was “trying hard to give off powder smell” in North Korea but warned he better “refrain from causing a stink.” She went on to say the drills would never bring about a dialog.
The sister of North Korean leader, Kim Yo Jong, criticized ongoing military drills in South Korea and warned the new U.S. administration against ‘causing a stink’ if it wants peace https://t.co/opCmK5jYVj pic.twitter.com/NRHaoFLtPF
— Reuters (@Reuters) March 16, 2021
Trump worked incredibly hard to forge a relationship with North Korea to keep America and its allies safe. Like everything else his predecessor did, Biden seems intent on destroying that progress no matter how good it was for the country.
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