By: Nadeemy Haded
Hillary Clinton published a tweet containing a satirical letter addressed by John F. Kennedy during the Cuban Missile Crisis of 1962 and wrote in the manner President Trump used in his recent letter to Turkey.
"Don't be a fool, okay? Get your rockets out of Cuba," Clinton said. "Everybody will say, well, Khrushchev. You are the best, but if you don't, everyone will say, what a fool."
"You make me lose my temper. I'll call you later," said the satirical letter from Kennedy to Khrushchev (with Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev).
Clinton joked that the message was "in the archive."
The letter recalls the bizarre tone of Trump's October 9 letter to his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan in which he warned that it would destroy Turkey's economy if its invasion of Syria went too far away. Do not be a stubborn man. Don't be a fool, "he said." I will call you later. "
It is noteworthy that during the Cuban missile crisis in 1962, the dispute between the Soviet Union represented in Khrushchev and the United States represented by Kennedy and Khrushchev, amid severe diplomatic and military tensions threatened to push the two superpowers to the brink of nuclear war, after the United States spotted Soviet missile facilities in Cuba, off The coast of Florida, which led Kennedy to impose a naval blockade on the Cuban island.
Soviet ships loaded with nuclear missiles bound for Cuba returned at the last minute after a secret agreement between Khrushchev and Kennedy.