Message to North Korean dictator from Biden is simply “Hello.”

What is this even supposed to mean? Biden is further disgracing himself and our country in his Asian tour as he is incapable of mustering a real message to North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un.

When asked by a reported what his message to the “Democratic People’s Republic of Korea’s” Premier, Biden responded with as simpleminded a remark as could be expected. “Hello. Period.”

This comes after answering a question about security concerns if North Korea launched missile or nuclear tests while Biden was visiting Asia, to which Biden responded “We are prepared for anything North Korea does. I’m not concerned if that’s what you’re asking.”

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Kim has refused to sit down and negotiate with the illegitimate Biden Administration to discuss denuclearization and has ramped up missile testing since January 2021. The lack of effective diplomacy between the US and North Korea in the post-President Trump years has led to a more emboldened and bitter DPRK which once again proves a threat to neighboring nations.

This is undoing all of the successful work which President Trump did on curbing the North Korean threat through diplomacy alone.

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Now, when Biden has an opportunity to send a message to Kim, and is asked what he would say in a meeting between the two, the best he can muster is a pathetic “Hello.”

This is more proof that Biden is the most incompetent president we have ever had–not only domestically, but on foreign policy as well.

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