(VIDEO) Bill Clinton’s Deal With North Korea Is Leaked

North Korea has always posed as a threat to the United States, although back in 1994, Bill Clinton tried to conclude an agreement and a deal with the Republic to cease their potentially violent agenda.

The deal known as the 1994 Agreed Framework concluded that American will provide oil, two water reactors and one electric grid, and plus a cash prize of $5 billion, so North Korea wouldn’t practice its regime in the United States.

“This is a good deal for the United States. North Korea will freeze and then dismantle its nuclear program. South Korea and our other allies will be better protected. The entire world will be safer as we slow the spread of nuclear weapons,” Bill Clinton pointed out in 1994.

Due to his own personal fear, Clinton decided that rationalizing with North Korea at the time would be so much better than actually opposing their nuclear threats. This actually sounds as a well-paid bribe.

North Korea knew that America was already weak, agreeing to this “compromise”, so they did not oblige the stipulations. As a result, they conducted their first nuclear test in 2006.

President Donald Trump did not care to see North Korea boost their confidence, so he responded that any potential attack from the Republic will be met “with fire and fury unlike the world has ever seen.”

“North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un has been very threatening beyond a normal state, and as I said, they will be met with the fire and fury ad frankly power, the likes of which this world has never seen before,” the President elaborated.

North Korea has set its gaze on America’s largest cities, that hold and protect the country’s biggest military stations. As far as their missile launch is concerned, if it happens, we can expect it sometime in 2018.

Aside from President Trump, Secretary of Defense, Jim Mattis, had also paid attention to the problem, noting that he will not rest until North Korea is defeated alongside its people, in case they refuse to rethink their aggressive intentions.

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