After the G7 summit, President Donald Trump flew to Singapore to meet with Kim Jong Un. The two leaders signed a joint declaration pledging to work toward peace and to denuclearize the Korean Peninsula.

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After a truncated trip to the G7 summit in Canada during which he antagonized America’s European and Japanese allies and insulted Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, President Donald Trump flew to Singapore for one-on-one talks with Kim Jong Un, North Korea’s dictator. Having shown extreme discomfort in the company of the elected leaders of democratic countries, Trump was, by contrast, all smiles with the murderous young despot. Trump said it was a “very great honor” to be with Kim and insisted that they now had “a very special bond.” On MSNBC, Mike Murphy, veteran GOP political operative, observed that “Republican heads would be exploding” if a Democratic president had done what Trump has done.

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