Published: Sat, June 16, 2018
Global News | By Blake Casey

Lindsey Graham to Democrats: Either 'Peace or War' with North Korea

Lindsey Graham to Democrats: Either 'Peace or War' with North Korea

A group of Republican senators said Tuesday that they want President Donald Trump to put any final deal between the United States and North Korea before Congress for a vote.

On if North Korea agreements should come to Congress: It should come to Congress one way or the other for a treaty. Iran did not have nuclear weapons.

"I think he's dangerously naïve", Paul said. "And I'm very hopeful for that". "Why should we consider this different? I can't just jump on to the give the President the authority to have a switch in which he can engage in an attack, nuclear or otherwise, against north Korea". "The goal is for them to give us the weapons program, missiles and bombs in return for security and prosperity".

Now that the summit has concluded, the next step will involve the details of new arrangements between the United States and North Korea.

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Graham said the Singapore summit was a good start.

"It is clear that pressure from President Trump, as well as crippling sanctions passed by this Congress, have brought North Korea to the table, but we must remain diligent on the long road ahead".

Sen. Lindsey Graham of SC told ABC News Chief Anchor George Stephanopoulos on This Week Sunday that there are ultimately three possible outcomes to President Trump's negotiations with North Korea's Kim Jong Un: "Peace, where we have a win-win solution; military force where they - we devastate the North Korean regime and stop their program by force; or to capitulate like we've done in the past".

That, ladies and gentleman, is arguably the most concise and accurate thing we have ever heard one politician say about another. I can't imagine I would vote for any agreement that requires us to withdraw our forces because that would destabilize Asia.

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