President Trump needs to cut the John Wayne act and stop the heated rhetoric with North Korea
It was a boffo week for Kim Jong-un and not a bad one for Donald Trump. Tiny, isolated and impoverished though it may be, North Korea is sparring with the world’s last superpower as if it were an equal. Just as his agenda was crumbling, Trump, meanwhile, found the perfect foil in Kim to reinforce that one thing he wants us never to forget: he is strong.
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