Kim can’t be oblivious to the risk that — even if he trusts Trump — the next president might regard a North Korean shorn of its nukes as just another rogue state with a dictator who deserves to die.
The quick withdrawal of U.S. forces without any commitment to leaving behind a sustainable democracy doomed Haiti to generations of dictatorships under the repressive Duvalier clan.
Even for Trump, a man who thrives on unilateralism and risk, no matter the consequences to his own country never mind the rest of the world, this was a stunningly bad move.
The Jerusalem Embassy Act was passed by Congress in 1995. It recognized Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and called for the city to remain undivided.