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Sen. Rand Paul Pushes 'Provocative Idea' for NKorea's Nuke Program

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By    |   Thursday, 14 Sep 2017 08:16 PM

Sen. Rand Paul told Newsmax TV on Thursday he had "a provocative idea" for addressing the North Korea problem that also pressured China even further.

"China is the key," the Kentucky Republican, who sits on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, told "Newsmax Now" host Bill Tucker. "China is their main trading partner and North Korea would starve without China's help."

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"China's been hesitant and hasn't really done enough.

"The president has admirably tried to push them towards helping us," but Paul proposed this to Tucker: "North Korea gives up all of their nuclear weapons.

"Dismantle them all and goes basically dormant, if not to a point where they cannot make them.

"In exchange, we say we're going to invite 10,000 Chinese troops to be part of an international force at the DMZ to ensure that South Korea doesn't invade or that the U.S. doesn't invade," Paul continued.

"They don't trust us."

He noted that when Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi gave up his nuclear weapons in 2003, "what ended up happening was we toppled him anyway.

"Toppling Gaddafi was one of the worst things we could do for rogue nations because now none of them trust us."

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