Tell Trump he'll do whatever he wants as long as the same demands are made of Israel.
And that should include CVID.
As Slate notes:
“We’re calling it CVID now,” State Department spokesperson Heather Nauert told reporters last month. “Because the State Department, the government, likes acronyms so much, we’ve got a new one: CVID—complete, verifiable, irreversible denuclearization. That is our policy and that is the policy of Secretary Pompeo.”
The only difference between how Kim treats his minions and how Israel treats Gazans is that Kim doesn't routinely carpet bomb North Koreans.
(The U.S. took care of that during the Korean War.)
Both are being starved (of food, water and health care) while living under the most barbaric oppression.
Oh, there is another difference: Israel has been getting billion-dollar subsidies from the U.S. taxpayers for more than half a century.
Then there's the lack of anything similar to AIPAC for North Korea.
But still, Israel and North Korea.
Not so different.
Denuclearization: If it's required of North Korea (and Iran), then the same should go for Israel.
Or as Trump might put it, a little touch and feel for Netanyahu.