The president of the United States has claimed—albeit tongue-in-cheek—to be having an ongoing love affair with one of the most murderous dictators in the world. Joking or not, the comments delivered at a Saturday night rally in West Virginia show just how sadistic Donald Trump really is.
At any moment, Donald Trump could be just one tweet away from starting a disastrous war. Yes, that apparently almost happened.
North Korean officials didn’t show up for a meeting with U.S. officials at the Korean demilitarized zone on Thursday, where the parties were expected to discuss repatriating the remains of Americans killed during the Korean War.
It turns out that Donald Trump, Dennis Rodman and a flashy video are not the magic weapons for a lasting and stable solution to the North Korean problem.
Remember the time Donald Trump, the president of the United States, saluted a North Korean general, handing their state-run propaganda machine a “military victory”?
After teasing that he might make an “unannounced trip” down to the White House lawn for an interview with his bosom buddies at Fox & Friends, President Trump did just that on Friday morning, giving a wide-ranging interview where he adamantly praised the North Korean dictator, repeatedly praised Fox News, and bizarrely…
President Donald Trump and North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Un met at a hot Singaporean club last week to sign a sheet of paper promising “to work toward complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula.” Big news!
There has been a lot of outrage going around over the past day or so about Donald Trump’s warm words for North Korean leader Kim Jong-un. The term “murderous dictator” has been used a lot.
The president of the United States may have just met with the leader of North Korea in a very bizarre and superfluous event, but the real star of the show in Singapore has been America’s new top diplomat, Dennis Rodman. The former basketball player, Apprentice contestant, and buddy of Kim Jong Un (who was once under…
Well, it finally, actually, happened.
Welp, this is it.
What could really be so hard about negotiating an end to North Korea’s nuclear weapons program with dictator Kim Jong Un? If you’re Donald Trump, there’s nothing to it—you just look him in the eye and feel your way through it, apparently.
Next week, the leaders of the United States of America and the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea will meet for one of the most important diplomatic summits so far in this century. It’s been known forever that Trump is just gonna wing it, especially considering he canceled it and then brought it back. But you’d…
Now that Donald Trump has managed to successfully stumble into a summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, you’d think he would be busy boning up on all the relevant details of forthcoming meeting. Or at least you would if this was not Donald Trump we were talking about.
President Donald Trump is reportedly throwing something of a hissy fit these days over having to fly all the way to (gasp!) Canada, where he’s expected to (gasp! gasp!) do his job by representing the United States to the rest of the world.
While the administration of President Donald Trump continues alienating the strongest allies of the United States, and the president and members of his family and inner circle are under investigation for allegedly conspiring with Russia to rig the 2016 elections, Trump’s next move seems to be negotiating a summit with…
Was North Korea’s former intelligence chief Kim Yong Chol watching intently on Tuesday night when President Donald Trump wildly claimed he would rebuild all U.S. infrastructure with his own “big beautiful hands?” Because it sure seems that way after Trump’s ceremonious reception of a giant mystery letter that was…
Just one week after declaring the June 12 summit between the United States and North Korea 100%, totally, and unequivocally canceled, President Donald Trump announced on Friday that his beautiful white whale of a summit was back on! Woooo!