Cadet bone spurs pulled the United States out of the TransPacific Parnership, thus inviting China to be the economic leader of the dynamic Pacific Rim countries. He pulled the United States out of the Paris Climate Accords, thus flaunting his ignorance of climate science.
He now pulls out of the Iran nuclear agreement, overriding the objections of people and nations who know far more about the situation than he will ever know. Given these precedents, how can North and South Korea, indeed any country, trust the United States to abide by international agreements it is a part of?
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