Bill Clinton: I Regret Not End the North Korean Missile Program

Bill Clinton. Photo: Google – Former US President Bill Clinton says he has a chance to end the North Korean missile program.

The opportunity was said he was at the end of his tenure while leading the country’s uncle sam.

But he was persuaded not to make the necessary journey to the totalitarian state by former Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat.

Reporting from NBC Today, Friday (8/6/2018), He is also optimistic on the next US leader to solve this problem.

“I had a chance at the end of my presidency – I kind of regret this now, but I will do the same thing again (if) face it – to end their missile program, but I have to go to North Korea,” he said.

He also said little regret for not ending the North Korean missile program.

“I made the right decision, which means that if we have peace between Palestine and Israel, especially then, it will be better, but I am sorry that I did not end their missile program (North Korea).” tambanya.

He also supports the summit that will take place in Singapore on 12 June.