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Bossie: Trump Wants to Work With China, Deliver 'Strong Message' to NKorea

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By    |   Wednesday, 05 Jul 2017 11:12 AM

President Donald Trump wants to work hand-in-hand with China to deliver a "very strong message to the rogue regime in North Korea," and meetings with the world's leaders at this week's G-20 summit will be vital, his former deputy manager David Bossie said Wednesday.

"Getting to know these leaders of these other countries is an important thing for any president of the United States," Bossie told Fox News' "Fox & Friends" program.

"I think President Trump is going to go to Poland and deliver a major foreign policy speech. Then he is going to go to Germany for the G-20. I'm excited about that, because it gives him an opportunity to [discuss] the face-to-face threat that is North Korea."

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's regime is "incredibly dangerous," said Bossie.

"He poisons his family and feeds them to dogs," said Bossie. "He is unstable. The president understands it, he understands the threat."

Bossie, who chairs the conservative group Citizens United, commented that the United States' first step is to work with diplomatic measures concerning North Korea after its July 4 test of an intercontinental ballistic missile, and not increase military action.

"Clearly, there are multiple ways to go about it," said Bossie. "I'm not an expert in North Korea. But I am an expert, like you said, in being a parent to my children here in the United States. I want this to be dealt with in the most expeditious and safe way possible [and] President Tump wants that same thing."

Bossie said he's glad Trump is president and not Hillary Clinton, because "it was her as secretary of state and Barack Obama in his presidency that kicked the can down the road of North Korea and Iran."

Both countries are "very dangerous allies," as Iran also "has and wants nuclear capability as well."

"With North Korea being a very close ally of theirs, one of the concerns I have of them is exporting technology or exporting nuclear weapons to them," Bossie said.

But he does think Trump is a "decisive leader who is going to work with leaders across the globe to make sure that this problem is dealt with in the best way possible, the best outcome."

Meanwhile, North Korea does not mark the first time Obama left Trump "with a bag of problems around the world. North Korea, Iran, and what is going on with Russia," said Bossie.

"This is not new. They kicked the can down the road for eight years, and now president trump is waking up every day to massive problems around the world."

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President Donald Trump wants to work hand-in-hand with China to deliver a "very strong message to the rogue regime in North Korea," and meetings with the world's leaders at this week's G-20 summit will be vital, his former deputy manager David Bossie said Wednesday.
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