Condoleezza Rice gave President Trump three pieces of advice Tuesday for negotiating with Kim Jong Un and North Korea.
“First of all don’t try to negotiate the details with Kim Jong Un,” the former secretary of state said on Fox & Friends. “Leave that to people who understand all the nuances of this situation. There are other countries who have interests here. Japan, for instance has interests here. South Korea of course has interests here. So that is the first thing, really recognize that others are at stake.”
“Secondly, don’t be anxious about moving American military forces,” she continued. “American military forces are a stabilizing force, not just on the Korean peninsula, but in the region as a whole.”
“Finally, never forget what the nature of this regime really is.”
Rice reminded everyone that North Korea “murdered an American citizen just a little while ago.”
“A regime where the leader had his half-brother murdered in Malaysia using VX gas,” she added. “A brutal regime. Human rights violation. A death camp for its own citizens. Don’t forget the true nature.”