F–king Moron Donald Trump Tries Again To Start A War With North Korea on Twitter

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It was only last year that we had a leader, someone who calmed the nation during the bad times instead of creating chaos, but those days are gone since conservatives decided to elect an incompetent man instead of someone with experience in diplomacy.

On Saturday, while at his luxury golf course in Virginia, President Dotard continued to create chaos  just one day after announcing that we are presently witnessing the “calm before the storm.” And Trump’s remarks in early August in which he said that North Korea “will be met with fire and fury like the world has never seen” was seen as a threat to the lives of over 25 million people.

Trump just wrote on Twitter that “only one thing will work.”

“Presidents and their administrations have been talking to North Korea for 25 years, agreements made and massive amounts of money paid hasn’t worked, agreements violated before the ink was dry, makings fools of U.S. negotiators,” Trump said.

“Sorry, but only one thing will work!” he added.

In a new poll, Trump’s approval rating has dropped to 32 percent. Even with Republican voters, Trump has taken a hit. 67 percent of Republicans approve of his performance, down significantly from 80 percent in the same poll in March.

We’re mentioning that because of Trump’s 2012 tweet lashing out at President Barack Obama.

“Polls are starting to look really bad for Obama,” he tweeted. “Looks like he’ll have to start a war or major conflict to win. Don’t put it past him!”

During the campaign cycle, Trump warned of an upcoming World War III if Hillary Clinton was elected because, he said, “she’s incompetent.”

Trump is always guilty of what he accuses others of.

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