I thought that this morning I'd bend far over backwards and let Trump speak for himself. Not to worry, it's only 26 seconds, which is a touch past my limit, but most of you should be able to handle it. Here he is last week speaking about brutal dictator Kim Jong-Un.
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Just to be clear, the beautiful and lovely Kim Jong-Un has murdered a great many of his citizens, officers in the North Korean military, and some of his family members.
And it's also important to note that contrary to what Trump says here, most people wouldn't be so much bothered that his statement professing love for a murderous dictator is "unpresidential," but rather that's it's idiotic and deeply dangerous.
Oh, and his deal with North Korea gave up important military tactics in exchange for a general, amorphous promise from Kim which has already been broken and the country is already working on new nuclear elements in their program. For the record, that's some of the "deeply dangerous" part.
Robert J. Elisberg is a political commentator, screenwriter, novelist, tech writer and also some other things that I just tend to keep forgetting.
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