Jimmy Carter offers to go to North Korea and break the Trump-Kim stalemate

Jimmy Carter offers to go to North Korea and break the Trump-Kim stalemate
Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter at the Habitat site in Winnipeg. (Image: Screen grab of Atlanta Journal-Constitution video, YouTube)

[Ed. – That’s the ticket. On a serious note, it looks like Carter has been recruited by current-day Democrats to try to gin up a counter-narrative that implies there’s some meaningful effort to resolve the North Korea situation without Trump.  It’s just another way of laying “informational” landmines for Trump’s policies.]

Former President Jimmy Carter has reportedly offered to travel to North Korea if the Trump administration asks for his assistance in breaking the stalled nuclear talks.

Rep. Ro Khanna, a California Democrat who met Mr. Carter on Thursday in Atlanta, told Politico of the offer.

According to Mr. Khanna, the man who in 1994 became the first former U.S. president to visit North Korea and brokered a nuclear deal with Kim Il-sung, is “perhaps the only person in the nation” who can break the deadlock.

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The two men had a “step-by-step plan to get to the point of peace and work toward denuclearization,” Mr. Khanna told Politico.

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