Sorry, had more pressing issues than entertaining you yahoos. At any rate,
1) The Iran deal was crap. They never stopped spinning centrifuges and used the $150billion we gave them to finance proxy wars all over the middle east. They are now dug in in Syria, Yemen and Lebanon now, just for starters. A war in the middle east is more likely now, but it's got nothing to do with the US bailing on the lousy Iran nuke deal. It's a powder keg now all of Iran's doing.
2) More Cohen allegations that are yet unproven. Yawn.
3) His choice for the CIA approved of policy after 9/11 that got terrorists killed or captured. Good riddance. Leading democrat Joe Manchin just today said he would vote to confirm Gina Haspel. It's as good as done. Stop whining. Dead terrorists are a good thing. If Obama had nominated her he'd be praised for posting the first woman CIA head. Total double standard.
4) Wrong. He said press agencies that repeatedly post false stories they have to redact or correct and "fake news" should have credentials revoked. What's wrong with that?
Democrat underground. Pffft...thought you guys were smarter than that.
It is a great thing...if you keep swinging eventually you get a hit. I?m just not trusting Kim...maybe he should explain what happened to his own brother before we go patting him on the back and giving him the key to the city...
Who cares what happened to his brother. It's common knowledge the Kim regime has been brutal since it's inception. The bigger issue is him buckling and tentatively agreeing to not only discontinue his nuke program, but release 3 American prisoners that nobody could previously get him to budge on.
Could he do a turnabout and still try to pursue nukes secretly after agreeing not to? Sure. But the fact that he's met with South Korea's leader, our Sec of State and now will with Trump says a hell of a lot about where his head is now versus a year ago.
Kim was educated in Europe; he's seen the real world. It's entirely possible that he's ready to take his country from a broke hermit nation into the 21st century.