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Report: Trump’s Top Economic Adviser Larry Kudlow Hospitalized After Heart Attack

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Re: Report: Trump’s Top Economic Adviser Larry Kudlow Hospitalized After Heart Attack

Post  Admin on Tue 12 Jun 2018, 10:35 pm

https://www.westernjournal.com/ct/old-video-surfaces-shows-trump-was-prepping-for-nk-nearly-20-years-ago/?utm_source=push&utm_medium=westernjournalism&utm_content=2018-06-12&utm_campaign=manualpost
Old Video Surfaces, Shows Trump Was Prepping for NK Nearly 20 Years Ago
BY CILLIAN ZEAL 
JUNE 12, 2018 AT 7:10AM
Now that the summit in Singapore is over and President Donald Trump is on the way back home, one can cue the start of another round of talking-head chatter about his preparedness. This was one of the media’s favorite subjects going into the Tuesday meeting: Did Donald Trump do his homework? Was he really prepared?
 
This seemed somewhat silly, as if Trump was supposed to be reading a huge binder marked “North Korea” under a desk lamp in the wee hours of the morning like it was an SAT study guide, cramming for his meeting with Kim Jong Un. The vast majority of this was outsourced to aides and foreign policy experts, the way it’s always been under almost any administration.
 
Rest assured, however, that Trump’s actually been preparing for this for decades — ever since North Korea’s nuclear ambitions became apparent, in fact. That’s borne out by video that’s been popping up on social media these past few days, seemingly as a rejoinder to the preparedness issue.
 
Take a look, for instance, at this “Meet the Press” appearance from 1999, in which Trump outlined his thoughts on Pyongyang’s nuclear plans:
 
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 Trump has prepared. Thirty years of Preparation. #MAGA #NorthKorea #NorthKoreaSummit  
 
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Speaking about North Korea, Trump said that “these people in three or four years, they’re going to have nuclear weapons, they’re going to have those weapons pointed all over world and specifically at the United States.”
 
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“The biggest problem this world has is nuclear proliferation,” he continued. “We have a country out there in North Korea which is sort of wacko, which is not a bunch of dummies. They are going out and developing nuclear weapons. And they’re not doing it because they’re having fun doing it. And wouldn’t it be good to sit down and really negotiate something — and ideally negotiate? Now, if that negotiation doesn’t work, you’d better solve the problem now than solve it later.”
 
Trump also criticized former President Jimmy Carter’s efforts in North Korea at the time, and shot back at then-“Meet the Press” host Tim Russert’s contention that the fallout from using military force against the North would engulf Southeast Asia in fallout, contending that a strike would be better than a nuclear North Korea. However, first and foremost, he would negotiate.
 
Also in 1999, Trump sat down for an interview with Wolf Blitzer on a wide range of issues (this, for those of you who weren’t around then or may have forgotten, was when he was considering a presidential run with Ross Perot’s Reform Party before it slipped into squabbling and terminal doom).
 
They also discussed North Korea’s nuclear ambitions, with Trump saying that  “(w)e’d better do something rather quickly with them, and, hopefully, through negotiations.”
 
Blitzer asked what would happen “if the North Koreans don’t play ball, develop a nuclear capability, go forward with their missile development — does the United States act unilaterally?”
 
“If spoken to correctly — correctly — they will play ball,” Trump predicted.
 
This interview, mind you, was less than a year before then President Bill Clinton decided that trying to broker a peace deal with the North Koreans should take a backseat to Middle East peace negotiations. That was a gambit that proved to be fruitless in the end and didn’t provide Clinton with the signature peace plan he wanted.
 
“I had a chance at the end of my presidency — I kind of regret this now, but I would do the same thing again [if] faced with it — to end their missile program, but I would have had to go to North Korea,” Clinton said in a recent “Today” interview.
 
RELATED: Trump Swats Down Acosta, Treats Him Like a Little Boy During Historic NK Press Conf.
 
“But I couldn’t do that and finish the Middle East peace,” he told interviewer Craig Melvin. “And Arafat begged me not to go and then backed out on his promise.”
 
Melvin didn’t ask a follow-up question about Clinton’s preparedness, for whatever reason. And nobody seems to have asked the same questions about Kim Jong Un, as “Dilbert” creator Scott Adams noted:
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 President Trump has over fifty years of negotiating experience. Chairman Kim might be negotiating for the first time in his entire life. Sometimes we worry about the wrong things. #SingaporeSummit https://twitter.com/Robert_E_Kelly/status/1005839601724878849
 
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After all, Kim may have read “The Art of the Deal,” but he certainly didn’t write it.
 
Perhaps, as Adams says, we ought to look at the other side of the table in this equation.
 
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Report: Trump’s Top Economic Adviser Larry Kudlow Hospitalized After Heart Attack

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Report: Trump’s Top Economic Adviser Larry Kudlow Hospitalized After Heart Attack
By Randy DeSoto 
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President Donald Trump tweeted Monday afternoon that economic advisor Larry Kudlow has suffered a heart attack and has been hospitalized at Walter Reed Medical Center.
 
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 Our Great Larry Kudlow, who has been working so hard on trade and the economy, has just suffered a heart attack. He is now in Walter Reed Medical Center.
 
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Fox News reported that Kudlow, who Trump tapped to be the director of the National Economic Council in March, is 70 years old.
Kudlow began his career as a staff economist with the Federal Reserve Bank in New York in the 1970s.
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 Larry Kudlow:
•70 years old
•Former WH budget aide for the Reagan administration
•Served 7 years as chief economist at Bear Stearns
•Served as informal adviser to Trump's 2016 campaign
•March 2018: Named top WH economic adviser https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/1006334219759575040 …
 
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He transitioned to the Reagan Administration in 1981, where he served in the Office of Management and Budget.
 
More recently, Kudlow was a CNBC on-air personality, where he was a regular guest on “Squawk Box,” among other programs.
 
The economic adviser accompanied Trump to the G7 Summit in Quebec late last week.
 
In an appearance on CNN’s “State of the Union” on Sunday, Kudlow accused Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of stabbing the U.S. in the back over the issue of tariffs.
 
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 President Trump’s chief economic adviser Larry Kudlow accuses Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of undermining the US and its allies with comments he made at the G7 summit: “He really kind of stabbed us in the back” https://cnn.it/2sLGz39 
 
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“He really kind of stabbed us in the back,” said Kudlow. “He did a great disservice to whole G7.”
 
Kudlow struggled with cocaine and alcohol addictions in the 1990s, but told The New York Times in March he has been sober for 23 years.
 
Update: White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders told reporters that Kudlow experienced a “very mild heart attack” and is expected to make a “full and speedy recovery,” CNBC reported.
 
“Earlier today National Economic Council Director and Assistant to the President Larry Kudlow, experienced what his doctors say was a very mild heart attack,” she said.
 
“Larry is currently in good condition at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, and his doctors expect he will make a full and speedy recovery. The President and his Administration send their thoughts and prayers to Larry and his family.”
 
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