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Ken Blackwell: Trump Will Get NKorean 'Rocket Man' to Stand Down

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By    |   Friday, 22 September 2017 07:27 PM

The Trump administration is in a "dilemma" with North Korea, but "they will work their way out of it by … getting "Rocket Man" to stand down," former Trump domestic policy adviser Ken Blackwell told Newsmax TV on Friday.

"But I am sure it is a tough dilemma," he told "Newsmax Now" host Bill Tucker in an interview.

But China also has a keen interest in curbing Pyongyang's nuclear ambitions, Blackwell said, because "they can pivot off of if they're successful at working together to put him back in his box," referring to North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un.

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"They hold a lot of our debt and they in fact have to be concerned about things going right in the U.S.," he said.

"They know that the president is trying to get the economy growing again and this distraction hurts their pocketbook.

"This is a fascinating, but dangerous game of international diplomacy that's being played out right now," Blackwell told Tucker.

"But I think the Trump administration has gotten it right.

"This is an uncontrollable nemesis that we have in 'Rocket Man,' but China has a real interest in getting him under control."

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The Trump administration is in a "dilemma" with North Korea, but "they will work their way out of it by … getting "Rocket Man" to stand down," former Trump domestic policy adviser Ken Blackwell told Newsmax TV on Friday.
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