An Israeli intelligence report just leaked exposing the shameful truth behind the Trump-Kim summit

After his PR photograph-focused summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, President Trump emerged to brag about a grand victory that it did not appear he had actually achieved.

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The joint statement the president signed with Kim offers no concrete plans or timetables for denuclearization and appears to amount to little more than a regurgitation of promises North Korea has made and reneged on in the past. Critics fairly pointed out that a successful summit would have ended with a far more detailed plan of action on how to proceed.

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Now, it appears the critics were correct. According to Axios, a classified report from the Israeli Foreign Ministry has leaked containing their assessment of the Trump-Kim summit.

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The report, which was disseminated to Israeli embassies worldwide as well as to numerous Israeli government officials, calls in to question the success of the meeting. It points out that the American government stated beforehand that it was aiming for “full, irreversible, and verifiable” denuclearization of North Korea. The statement Trump signed with Kim called only for “complete” denuclearization.

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The report also points out that Trump’s decision to unilaterally suspend joint military exercises between the United States and South Korea constitutes an American “retreat” and an implicit acceptance of the official Chinese position on the issue, which the U.S. has long rejected.

Additionally, the report shreds Trump’s naive claims that North Korea denuclearization and relationship warming will happen quickly.

“Regardless of the smiles in the summit many in Japan, South Korea and the U.S. Congress doubt that North Korea is sincere in its intentions. Our assessment is that regardless of President Trump’s statements about quick changes that are expected in North Korean policy, the road the real and substantive change, if it ever happens, will be long and slow,” the report reads.

Hopefully, the summit does lead to an easing of tensions in the region and the eventual opening up and denuclearizing of North Korea. It’s what would be best not only for North Korea and the United States, but for the entire world.

That said, things look increasingly less promising. The Israeli report clearly isn’t very optimistic, and it’s certain to be just the first of many similar assessments. At this point, it looks like all Trump accomplished in Singapore was snapping a few photographs of him pretending to be a diplomat.

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Robert Haffey

Robert Haffey is a political writer, filmmaker, and winner of the ScreenCraft Writing Fellowship. He is a graduate of Drexel University.

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