Putin told Trump to scrap the war games per WSJ reports. Trump apparently didn’t notify our key ally, South Korea, before pledging to drop them. The consistent thread of Trump’s foreign policy is to do what will make Putin happy—especially attacking or undermining key alliances. https://t.co/WZVfnNL361— Brian Klaas (@brianklaas) June 13, 2018
The President of the United States just gave an attaboy to Kim Jong Un for having the balls to take over his family’s management of a Stalinist dynasty running a starving prison camp.— Tom Nichols (@RadioFreeTom) June 13, 2018
Trump supporters will now tie themselves in knots explaining why it’s awesome that he did that.
Morally repugnant in the few places it isn’t completely incoherent. https://t.co/z5EXhIzULn— Tom Nichols (@RadioFreeTom) June 13, 2018
That sums it up pic.twitter.com/QtEwOg7En6— Ryan Lizza (@RyanLizza) June 13, 2018
When asked how a nuclear agreement would be verified, Pompeo snapped: “Don’t say silly things… It’s not productive.” https://t.co/6mSZkuhBUt— POLITICO (@politico) June 14, 2018
During interview with @BretBaier, Trump says he hopes to get US troops out of South Korea as soon as possible, indicates he's not happy with fact that "we don't get paid fully for that military" presence there. pic.twitter.com/Jb2ORhI97C— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) June 13, 2018
Trump downplays Kim Jung Un's totalitarian dictatorship.— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) June 13, 2018
BAIER: "He has done some really bad things."
TRUMP: "Yeah, but so have a lot of other people have done some really bad things. I mean, I could go through a lot of nations where a lot of bad things were done." pic.twitter.com/AZxnuXQTqi
Trump claims, preposterously, that parents of Korean War veterans came up to him during the 2016 campaign and said, "when you can, we'd love our son to be brought back home -- you know, the remains."— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) June 13, 2018
The Korean War ended in 1953. pic.twitter.com/f4HEHZ22YM