Shadow President? Obama Meets With South Korean President Moon Jae-in to Discuss Trump

Monday, July 3, 2017
By Paul Martin

Cristina Laila
Jul 3rd, 2017

Barack Hussein Obama just won’t go away. He met with South Korean President Moon Jae-in for 40 minutes on Monday where they discussed Moon’s recent meeting with President Trump.

The Korea Herald reports:

“President Moon Jae-in renewed his resolve to pursue sanctions and dialogue to tackle North Korea’s nuclear program during a meeting with former US President Barack Obama on Monday, saying now is the “last chance” for the regime to return to the negotiating table.

During the 40-minute talk, Moon shared the results of his recent summit with his incumbent US counterpart Donald Trump, asking for Obama’s advice on ways to advance the relationship. The former president stressed bipartisan US support for the alliance and wished Moon success in his presidency, according to Cheong Wa Dae.

“President Trump and I agreed to continue to apply sanctions and pressure to resolve the North’s nuclear and missile issues, while pursuing dialogue in parallel,” Moon was quoted as saying by his press secretary Yoon Young-chan.

“Obama said that as many South Koreans hope for his success, Moon would no doubt meet the people’s expectations, quoting former President Abraham Lincoln whom he said he respects the most that with the people’s support you can do anything.”

Obama arrived in South Korea after spending a week or so in his childhood home of Indonesia where he warned of ‘aggressive nationalism’, of course taking a swipe at President Trump’s travel ban which was just reinstated by the SCOTUS.

Obama continued to undermine Trump in his speech by criticizing his decision to pull out of the Paris Climate Accord.

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