Something tells me that President Trump is about to solve the North Korea problem. How? By just being Trump. He’s just finished installing a Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) system in South Korea that they don’t want and then decided to charge the South Koreans a billion dollars for it. This has virtually ensured that the disgraced and impeached South Korean president that let him install it will be replaced by a liberal president who will make him take it back. Furthermore, the likely incoming president, Moon Jae-in, will also likely seek some sort of peace with North Korea, making the U.S. presence–and armament–in the Korean peninsula region rather superfluous. Win!