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North Korea continues to humiliate America by undercutting Trump.
The revelation is yet another blow to President Donald Trump, who after first trying to face down North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un.
Contrary to Trump's bragging, North Korea hasn't scaled back its nuclear ambitions — and has been working on at least 16 previously undisclosed missile bases.
Not everyone was charmed by Donald Trump's exuberant expression of mutual affection for the bloody young dictator.
And then he admitted he says shocking things like this on purpose just to get bigger rally crowds.
While Trump praises North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un, experts suspect he is gaming the United States. Maybe he's gaming American voters, too.
Trump is finally admitting that he didn't fix of all our problems with North Korea after all.
They also are investigating claims that Broidy sought $75 million from a Malaysian business official...
North Korea's humiliation of Trump just keeps on coming.
The president assumed that by threatening North Korea with "fire and fury," as he did last year, he could force Kim to surrender his atomic arsenal. So far, it hasn't worked.
By the way, China recently passed the U.S. as the world's biggest consumer market.
Trump doesn't like unflattering news, so Secretary Mike Pompeo may or may have informed him about "regrettable" results of his latest visit to Pyongyang.
North Korea called the U.S. 'gangster-like' after the Trump team tried to claim 'progress' with the rogue nation, exposing Trump's alleged success in negotiations as a blatant lie.
Trump continues to show incredible weakness against North Korea.
"There is absolutely unequivocal evidence that they are trying to deceive the U.S.," one official reportedly said.