Levin: North Korean missile crisis is a product of the DC Swamp

· August 9, 2017  
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File photo taken in April 2017 shows a vehicle carrying what appears to be a new intercontinental ballistic missile during a military parade at Kim Il Sung Square in Pyongyang. Kyodo | AP Images

The Washington foreign policy elites criticizing President Donald Trump over his handling of the escalating situation with North Korea are the ones to blame for the situation, says Mark Levin.

On a Wednesday evening segment of “The Mark Levin Show,” the Conservative Review editor-in-chief laid out the decades-long history of failures in dealing with the rogue, communist regime by the Washington, D.C. foreign policy establishment.

The president has taken flak from pundits and politicians across the ideological spectrum for saying the United States would respond to further aggression from the dictatorship with “fire and fury.”

But, while the “architects of our current situation” treat Trump like he’s “off his rocker” for taking a hard line against North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un, they are the ones to blame for the country’s current international predicament, said Levin.

“Most of the people criticizing what the president said, they are responsible – through their passivity, through their appeasement – for the situation that we are in today,” Levin said.

Author: Nate Madden

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