Remember when Bill Clinton made a deal with North Korea to stop their nuclear weapons program?

Remember when Bill Clinton made a deal with North Korea to stop their nuclear weapons program?

It seems we have made a deal with Iran that is alleged to stop their nuclear weapon ambitions. This is a good time to remember when Bill Clinton made a similar deal with North Korea. How did that work out for us?

Via LA Times:

WASHINGTON — President Clinton on Tuesday approved a deal reached by U.S. negotiators in Geneva to stop North Korea’s nuclear weapons program, saying the agreement “will make the United States, the Korean peninsula and the world safer.”

Clearly delighted by what he considers a victory for his foreign policy, the President appeared before television cameras to hail the agreement as “the first step on the road to a nuclear-free Korean peninsula.” He instructed Special Ambassador Robert L. Gallucci, the Administration’s lead negotiator with North Korea, to sign the accord Friday in Geneva.

However, the White House refused to release the text Tuesday, and Administration officials said that it will not be made public until after it is signed. Instead, Gallucci and other U.S. officials briefed reporters on what they said are its principal elements.

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