Donald Trump and CNN's Jim Acosta traded jabs during a tense exchange during a presser at the G-20 conference.
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?"
Quite the anecdote from the campaign trail. Everybody knew that Trump would coddle tyrants from day one.
It's not like Kim Jong-un ever forced abortions on people oh yes he did.
Real Clear Politics' A.B. Stoddard throws her fellow panelists on Fox's Special Report for a loop when she dares to tell the truth about the Republicans in Congress who are refusing to keep Trump in check after declaring "near dictatorial" powers on pardons and prosecutions.
Nance said Trump sees democracy as an obstacle to power and profit.
Tulsi Gabbard called her travel expenses for her Syrian trip "a distraction".
Prince Charles cautions us to recognize the similarities between Nazi Germany and the rise of Nationalism in the U.S. and Europe.
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