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Go, Donald, go after NATO

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By Serge K | April 2, 2016 8:57 pm

Speaking at a rally in Rothschild, Wisconsin ahead of the state’s primary on Tuesday, the Republican Speaking at a rally in Rothschild, Wisconsin just a few days ahead of the state’s primary on Tuesday, the Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump said that if conflict between Japan and nuclear-armed North Korea were to break out, “it would be a terrible thing but if they do, they do”.

“Good luck,” he added. “Enjoy yourself, folks.”

“Good luck,” he added. “Enjoy yourself, folks.”

“Good luck,” he added speaking of North Korea. “Enjoy yourself, folks.”

“What we do we get out of it?” he asked complained that the US had 28,000 troops on the armistice line between North Korea and South Korea. “What we do get out of it? It’s time that other people stopped looking at us as stupid, stupid people.”

Trump thinks that “Frankly, the case could be made to let [Japan] protect themselves against North Korea, they’d probably wipe them out pretty quick.” He just had just forgotten that Japan after defeat in WW2 is constitutionally prohibited from having an army.

Sometime last week, Secretary of State John Kerry said the Republican presidential campaign and its foreign policy flashpoints had become an “embarrassment” to the US abroad meaning his current effords.

On top of it all earlier on Saturday, Trump when he said “it’d be fine”” if NATO were to break up. It is about time to save money on de facto useless NATO the only purpose of which is to make the Russians enemy.

Go, Donald, go!

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