Ranking Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee and fierce anti-Trump advocate Adam Schiff reluctantly admitted this week that President Trump deserves some credit on North Korea; warning the President things may “go south” if he’s not careful.
Schiff was speaking with ABC News when he admitted that the Commander-in-Chief may have driven North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un to the negotiating table; adding the President’s “unpredictability” may have scared the brutal regime.
“Doesn’t the president deserve credit for at least partial credit for what we’re seeing unfold on the Korean peninsula?” asked ABC News’ Jonathan Karl.
“I think it’s more than fair to say that the combination of the president’s unpredictability and indeed his bellicosity had something to do with North Korea’s willingness to come to the table,” Schiff fired-back. “But before the president takes too much credit or hangs out the ‘mission accomplished’ banner, he needs to realize we may go into a confrontational phase, and he may not want the full blame if things go south.”
Watch Adam’s admission above.