Biden Swipes at Trump, Says He Won’t Give Kim Jong Un ‘International Recognition’

President Joe Biden appeared to criticize his immediate predecessor, former President Donald Trump, on Friday while discussing the approach his administration planned to take on North Korea.

Biden gave a joint press conference with South Korean President Moon Jae-in and said he wanted to achieve “total denuclearization” of the Korean Peninsula. North Korea, a dictatorship led by kim jong Un, is a nuclear power.

“If there was a commitment on which we met, then I would meet with [him],” Biden said.”And the commitment has to be that there is discussion about his nuclear arsenal.”Biden then seemed to contrast his approach with Trump’s and critique the former president’s decision to meet with Kim.

“What I would not do is what has been done in the recent past,” Biden said.

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