Tucker Carlson: 'You’ve Got To Be Honest About What It Means To Lead A Country, It Means Killing People'
Tucker Carlson, while saying he's not "defending" the "monstrous" North Korean regime, also tells the Fox & Friends hosts that "On the other hand, you know, you’ve got to be honest about what it means to lead a country, it means killing people."
Donald Trump does all he can to turn Kim Jong-un into an international star
A high-ranking North Korean defector told NBC's Richard Engel that North Korean leader Kim Jong-un loves Donald Trump because he's not "moral."
It cannot be overstated how dangerous Hannity's staged performances are to the country.
When the NOKO Summit 2.0 failed when the talks ended early, Trump said he walked away and many Trump supporters on TV immediately compared him to Ronald Reagan, who left talks with the Soviet Union and still prevailed in the end, but it was Kim who curtailed the talks.
Acting chief of staff Mick Mulvaney continued to defend Trump professing his love for North Korea's brutal dictator, despite the recent news that Kim had members of his negotiating team at a failed summit executed or sent to prison camps.
Acting chief of staff Mick Mulvaney, when asked about Trump saying he "fell in love" with Kim and whether he's still "in love" with him after he had members of his negotiating team executed or sent to prison camps responds by saying that's just how Trump speaks, and "to have a good working relationship with somebody, with anybody, how is that ever a bad thing?"
Bill Hemmer cannot fathom that either Bolton or Trump might be wrong, so they must both be right!
Trump just can't keep himself from embracing murderous dictators over American intelligence sources.
The White House Press Secretary --who hasn't held a press conference in 74 days-- joins Trump in siding with a dictator by criticizing his perceived rival.
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