In bid of global dominion, Trump offers to negotiate between India-China standoff

WION New Delhi, India May 27, 2020, 09.55 PM(IST) Edited By: Palki Sharma

US President Donald Trump participates in a Cabinet meeting Photograph:( Reuters )

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From the unraveled North Korea situation to the collision course in terms of Iran along with the much touted deal of the century in the Israel-Palestine issue which is yet to happen, Trump has failed several times.
 

While his own endless wars with China reamined unresolved, US President Donald Trump, the self proclaimed mediator has offered his services during the India-China standoff to remain on top of the trending curve and ensuring the global dominion of the United States.  

Riding on a tweet, Trump waded into the border standoff on May 27 by saying that the US is ready, willing and able to mediate. He said the US government would like to arbitrate in this 'raging border dispute'.
 
Trump says that India and China have already been informed regarding this and he has thanked both countries in advance.

Surprisingly, Trump did not even know that India and China shared a border at a time.
 
Pulitzer-winning journalists Philip Rucker and Carol D Lennig, in their book titled 'a very stable genius' have claimed that trump was unaware of the fact that India and China shared a border. 
 
Apparently, Trump once left Prime Minister Modi flabbergasted with his quote unquote ''poor knowledge of geography''.
 
According to this book, in a meeting between the two leaders Trump said ''it's not like you've got China on your border''.
 
Trump is an indefatigable President when it comes to mediation.

He keeps making mediation and negotiation offers (in case of Kashmir) only to be rejected by India and praised by Pakistan.  
 
Trump calls himself the ace deal maker. In the almost four years that he's been in office, he has chased foreign policy wins and failed
 
From the unraveled North Korea situation to the collision course in terms of Iran along with the much touted deal of the century in the Israel-Palestine issue which is yet to happen, Trump has failed several times.
 
And now he wants to try his hand at South Asia.  
 
It is extremely difficult to inetrpret what exactly it is that he wants and why does he keep making these offers only to be rebuffed? 
 
peace then he must first settle his own government's disputes with China.
 
If he wants to punish China then must find a way and not fire off India's shoulders.