Bush Shows Stunning Insights on Diplomacy
Speaking about the North Korean missile situation, Bush told reporters, “You know, the problem with diplomacy is it takes a while to get something done,” while “acting alone, you can move quickly.”
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AP via the N.Y. Times:
President Bush said Friday he is determined to rally world support in confronting North Korea over its missile tests to speak “loud and clear.”
At the same time, Bush told reporters, “You know, the problem with diplomacy is it takes a while to get something done” while “acting alone, you can move quickly.”
In a rare out-of-town news conference, Bush said it was important to bring the issue of North Korea’s missile tests before the U.N. Security Council.
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