Trump and Moon Jae-in come to compromise


Tana Cleveland

During a 25-minute phone call on last Sunday, President Trump and Moon Jae-in of South Korea agreed to intensify economic and diplomatic pressure on North Korea because of its repeated nuclear and missile tests. The two leaders agreed to join forces and put more effective sanctions into place in cooperation with the international community. Trump tweeted that Moon is on-board with the plan.

Just two days ago, North Korea fired a missile over the northern Japanese island of Hokkaido, posing a foreign threat to all homelands. Because of North Korea’s repeated missile tests, the U.S. has been forced to form a plan should tensions escalate. This has been a headache for the Trump Administration. No one knows the reason for the missile testings.