Trump on Kim Jong Un’s Killings: ‘I Can’t Speak to That’


President Trump says he is unable to “speak to” North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un’s infamous legacy of mass executions, assassinations, and killings of his own people.

During a lengthy conversation with Fox & Friends, the president boasted of his meeting with Kim last week: “I got along with him great. We have a great chemistry together. That’s a good thing.”

Fox News host Steve Doocy asked: “What about the people he’s killing?”

The president replied: “I can’t speak to that. I can only speak to the fact that we signed an incredible agreement and it’s great and going to be great for them too because now North Korea can develop and North Korea can become a great country economically.”

Moments after ending the Fox News interview, Trump was asked by a media-scrum reporter: “How can [Kim] love his people if he’s killing them?” The president once again replied: “I can’t speak to that.”

The Daily Beast



  1. Pathetic. We need true Conservatives in the White House, not this self-obsessed NY lib masquerading as a conservative. Cruz, Lee, Sassee, we need these guys.

    • If your standards are based on what Roosevelt did, then I guess Trump is a good guy. True. Conservatives have higher standards than that.
      Actually reminds if the time George W Bush dared critize Roosevelt for doing exactly that, and letting Stalin get away with the Iron Curtain and imprisonment if thousands of Russians over the next year’s. The Left went ballistic, how dare Bush do that, etc.. now things are reversed- the Left acts as if they care that Trump is being nice to a dictator (but theu really don’t care. They just hate Trump. It’s only the conservatives who actually care about these things), and the Trumpets are using Roosevelt to defend Trump. Amazing.


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