Trump Trolls Bill Clinton With North Korea Video

Once upon a time North Korea acquired nuclear weapons just a few years after a deal with Bill Clinton. In response Trump trolls Bill Clinton with a video on North Korea. Keep in mind this was just after Bill Clinton praised the deal he made himself with the North Koreans.

Per Daily Wire:

The video starts off with then-President Clinton announcing his deal with the North Koreans in 1994 — a deal that he claimed would be good for America and would prevent North Korea from obtaining nuclear weapons. The video clip then transitions to a segment from 1999 when Trump was on NBC’s “Meet The Press” and said the U.S. needed to take immediate action.

“You want to do it in five years when they have warheads pointed all over the place, every one of them pointed at New York City, to Washington?” Trump said during the interview. “You’d better to do it now.”

The video then transitions to the recent revelation that North Korea can now hit the United States with its nuclear weapons and features a clip of Secretary of Defense James Mattis speaking about the issue.

Trump Trolls Bill Clinton

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Once again President Trump is doing what he does best. Trolling the left. This video completely exposes what a disaster the North Korean deal was. And Bill Clinton bragged about it!

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