During his summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, President Trump said that North Korea's beaches are a prime real estate opportunity.
Kim Jong Un runs the most ruthlessly repressive regime in the world, but, since his summit in Singapore with North Korea’s leader, President Donald Trump has expressed no concern for the multitude of Kim’s victims. Abandoning traditional American advocacy for human rights, Trump complimented Kim on his talent, toughness and love for his people. Such obsequious flattery was unnecessary to solicit Kim’s vague promises about curtailing his nuclear weapons program, but Trump couldn’t resist giving the dictator gushing praise, as well as advice about how he could exploit the country’s beachside real estate.
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