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Ed Henry Says Trump’s ‘Leading On The World Stage’ And Democrats Are Fighting Him At Every Turn

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Ed Henry, chief national correspondent for Fox News, said Democrats continue to aggressively oppose President Donald Trump’s policies, despite his efforts to establish peace while exploring international diplomacy.

Henry specifically cited Trump’s attempt to broker a deal with North Korea and willingness to start a dialogue with Russia and found it “fascinating” the president would be attacked for holding these positions. (RELATED: Ed Henry Reminds Dems Of Price They Will Pay For Not Supporting Trump Tax Cuts)

“Iran is funding terror around the world. Whether it’s through Hezbollah or others. And and on top of that … compare the Singapore summit to what we’re seeing here,” Henry said on “Fox & Friends” Monday. “Isn’t it interesting that the president went to Singapore and was trying to get North Korea to denuclearize? And the Democrats were against everything he was doing.”

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“Now, he’s here saying, among other things, ‘I want to reduce the influence of Iran and their funding of terror. And I want to talk nuclear disarmament with Vladimir Putin,'” Henry continued. “And Chuck Schumer and other Democrats say ‘Don’t meet with them. Cancel the summit because of election meddling.'”

Henry said Trump is exploring every alternative for peace, but still faces fierce partisan opposition as opposed to a feeling of national unity.

“You basically have a Republican president saying give peace a chance. Let’s denuclearize North Korea. Let’s try to have nuclear disarmament with Russia. And you have Democrats opposing him. It’s fascinating that he is leading on the world stage,” Henry concluded.

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