‘Trump Peace Tower’: hope in diplomacy

President Trump quickly accepted Kim Jong Un’s invitation. Preparations are now underway for a meeting between Trump and Kim before the end of May, on the heels of an inter-Korean summit due to be held in the demilitarized zone between the two Koreas at the end of April.

Well, this will be a big prize winner at the end of a successful denuclearization process for both Presidents.

I wish a similar approach should be made toward Iran. Instead of building a wall between the U.S. and Mexico, wouldn’t it be nice if Trump negotiates and builds “Trump Peace Tower” in Korea(s), Iran, China, Saudi Arabia and not forgetting,​ a tallest tower in​ Moscow?

He will leave behind a legacy of world peace.​ This way, America will not be great but the greatest.​

​Just food for thought.

– Noshir K. Romani

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