would still be operating in Canada to keep from sending the government a list of donors.
There would be no problem with Iran. We would not be concerned about their ability to produce a nuclear weapon. They would promise that the weapons that they produce would only be for defensive purposes and they would never use them offensively except against Israel. President Clinton would have asked them not to bomb Israel but assured them that we would not interfere with their actions if they did. The United States would have cut off all aid to Israel and substantially increased aid to Palestine. The United States would no longer sell weapons to Israel but they would supply weapons to other Arab nations so that they could defend themselves against attacks from Israel.
The subject of a wall across the southern border of the United States would be dead. Instead, we welcome anyone who would like to come across the border to come into the United States using only a passport for identification. They are welcome to stay as long as they wish and work wherever they can find jobs. They do not have to report their income to anyone and they do not have to pay income taxes. The children that were brought into the United States as minors are now eligible to apply for citizenship.
There would no longer be a problem with North Korea. The solution to the problem only required the United States to acknowledge that North Korea had a right to nuclear weapons as long as they were developed for their own protection and not for attacking others. The North Koreans would have agreed