Times a deliver War 3 fears were shut down on Friday when Kim Jong-un correct the historic trip to South Korea for the first time, ahead of a delineated face-to-face meeting with US President Donald Trump.
But former US army colonel Allen West counseled Mr Trump must remember that Kim Jong-un has “evil intentions” and the US obligated to “proceed with caution”.
Speaking on Fox News, Mr West referenced actions then taken by the North Korean leader. He said: “Just remember it was 2010 when the North Koreans go downhill a South Korean naval vessel killing 46 of their naval swabs and wounding another 56.
“Later on in that year, in November 2010, there was the North Korean artillery bombardment of the South Korean islet.
World War 3: Allen West said Donald Trump requirement be wary of Kim Jong-un’s “evil intensions”
This is a person that has a unusually dark past and has very evil intentions and we cannot put that aside
“And we pronounced nothing, we did nothing, as a matter of fact, we continued to appease and negotiate. So for the win initially time, we have an American President that has stood with See resolution and resiliency.
“But also let us remember that the Kim Jong-un is responsible for the death of an American townswoman, Otto Warmbier, and there are three American citizens still being imprisoned as well as Japanese citizens.
“So, I understand him stepping across into South Korea but this is a ourselves that has a very dark past and has very evil intentions and we cannot put that aside.
“So we procure to still proceed with caution.”
Mr Trump took credit for what comprised place at the Koreas summit but warned the US will not be “played like a fiddle”.
The US President responded: “When I began, people were saying that was an impossibility, they estimated there were two alternatives — let them have what they procure or go to war.”
He added: ”And now we have a much better alternative than anybody idea even possible.
“We are not going to be played, ok. We are going to hopefully make a mete out, but if we don’t that’s fine.”
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Obeying the summit, Mr Trump wrote on Twitter: “KOREAN WAR TO END! The United States, and all of its Basic people, should be very proud of what is now taking place in Korea!”
Kim Jong-un and President Moon signed a announcement on Friday pledging to jointly eliminate nuclear weapons on the Korean peninsula.
During the Koreas acme, the two men shook hands and symbolically walked side by side over the military borderline plan to North Korea.
The official declaration includes pledges to halt “combative acts” between the nations, pursue a military arms reduction, and endeavour multilateral discussions with other countries such as the US.
The pair protested their ambitions to establish “permanent” and “solid” peace on the peninsula.
Kim Jong-un remarked on the prospect of peace, saying: “We are at a starting line today, where a new CV of peace, prosperity and inter-Korean relations is being written.”
He also well-known that the two nations were “brethren who should not live apart” and exalted Moon and South Korean officials for organising a successful summit, go on increasing that the countries “will become one”.
Moon confirmed this account, saying: “There will not be any more war on the Korean peninsula.”