South Korean President: Trump’s Legacy On The Korean Peninsula Is One Of Failure

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Axios reports that South Korean President Moon Jae-in recently told The New York Times that former President Donald Trump “beat around the bush” with North Korea and “failed to pull it through.”

Moon, now in his final year in office, called denuclearization a “matter of survival” for South Korea and urged President Biden to resume negotiations with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un after a standstill of nearly two years.

“I hope that Biden will go down as a historic president that has achieved substantive and irreversible progress for the complete denuclearization and peace settlement on the Korean Peninsula,” Moon told the Times.

“He beat around the bush and failed to pull it through,” he said of Trump. “The most important starting point for both governments is to have the will for dialogue and to sit down face to face at an early date.”

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Image credit: Official White House Photo by Shealah Craighead / Public Domain

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