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N Korea says Trump isn't screwy at all, a wise choice for president

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It described his most likely Democratic opponent, Hillary Clinton, as “thick-headed Hillary”

Could this wording be used as evidence to show that the JT poster who claims to have been a journalist is now writing for DPRK Today?

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N Korea says Trump isn't screwy at all, a wise choice for president

Add this to the long and growing list of things North Korea is totally wrong about.

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Trump's the master media manipulator's got his media lapdogs pushing his brand worldwide. Add DPRK Today to the list which includes Rush Limbaugh and FOX's Hannity.

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Well if that isn't homegoroshi ('praising to death') then I don't know what is...

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Quite a source for endorsement! Bad-hair rulers of the world, unite! If there was ever any doubt about Trump being evil, an endorsement by North Korea should remove it.

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N Korea says Trump isn't screwy at all, a wise choice for president

This from the country where Daffy Duck would be seen as a sane choice for leader.

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When I visited Tibet in the 1980s, I saw a painting of an elephant at a temple that looked a lot like a large rat with ears - it was clear that the painter had heard a description of an elephant but had never seen one, even a photograph. This reminds me of the suit Kim Jong Un wore during the recent "People's Conference" - a clear result of three blind tailors. And now we have this. Trump is to America what Kim Jung Un's suits are to Seville Row.

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I'd still vote for him if I was a yank. And maybe they ought to pull out of South Korea, it's not like that country couldn't take on the North on it's own, if they tried anything. Not that that would be desirable to the South. Governments must be able to get away with an awful lot if they can justify it with "the enemy are at the gates".

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Think this is because he has on of the NK state approved haricuts.

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Almost as bad as being praised and endorsed by the bush family. Of course, they're still stinging from Trump pointing out that 9/11 happened because of GWB failures and on his watch, and the sad turtle's loss, so he can't get theirs and Kim's, unfortunately for him. Maybe Rodman's?

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Blokes with dodgy barnets have to stick together.

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Now that's an endorsement. Hahaha

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An endorsement par excellence. Is the headline a verbatim quote?

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Laguna:

" Add this to the long and growing list of things North Korea is totally wrong about. "

Actually, this would be the first thing that North Korea is right about. It is hilarious to see however that the little fat leader now jumps into US election circus.

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Because of course North Koreans know all about elections and voting...

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North Korea would endorse Dennis Rodman if he runs

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David Duke, Jean-Marie Le Pen and now Kim Jong Un.

Trump will be D'Artagnan.

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Is this story from TheOnion.com?

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Like-minded people yo.

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Trump should visit NK this month, fall in love with the place and its hair salons, and live there with Kim happily ever after.

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Wow, Trump really has broad support!

“thick-headed Hillary”

Har! Almost as good as Crooked Hillary!

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If Trump has NK support, then it is a very good indication that Trump is definitely wrong - birds of a feather.

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with a propaganda website praising him as “a prescient presidential candidate” who can liberate Americans living under daily fear of nuclear attack by the North.

Oh please. Americans aren't living in fear from NK. Those rodongs are more likely to hit Seoul, Japan or fall into the ocean.

. . . . besides, I don't think the N. Koreans would be such darn fools. If Trump is elected (prob not) it be interesting to see the US bases withdraw frm SK. In a way, they too are kind of hiding behind the US' flag (like Japan is doing) . . . . but Sk has got ROK Marines. Lots of respect for those ranks. They're tough.

Same cannot be said about SDF.

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Fat. Silly hair. Autocrat. Fantasy land.

Trump or Kim Jung? Who knows?

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Wc262... Americans living under daily fear of nuclear attack by the North. if the Norks said it, it must be true. Stop the fear of NK nuclear attack and vote Trump/Rodman. lol.

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Under Bill Clinton the US had great relations with North Korea and that relationship declined under George Bush Jr to the point NK was called an "axis of evil." Would like to see good relations with NK again since it is the most traditional Asian country of what is left of Asia.

A good relationship with NK does not help arm sales to Japan, SK etc. A great fear is needed to keep these armies well funded.

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Oh please. Americans aren't living in fear from NK. Those rodents are more likely to hit Seoul, Japan or fall into the ocean.

Pretty much. But the fat little kid is showing no signs of giving up.

. . . . besides, I don't think the N. Koreans would be such darn fools. If Trump is elected (prob not) it be interesting to see the US bases withdraw frm SK. In a way, they too are kind of hiding behind the US' flag (like Japan is doing) . . . . but Sk has got ROK Marines. Lots of respect for those ranks. They're tough.

Same cannot be said about SDF.

True and on the mark. Notice how they commented on Trump and not even mentioning Clinton, Trump like him or not looks crazy to the point, he's not going to take s*** from the NK and that kind of fear or trepidation is good, even if they don't admit it. Also, the ROK Marines are a serious kick-ass bunch, in a fight, they would be leading and probably would want minimum support from the US and that would be fine with me.

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I assume this means that Kim Jong Un prefers Hillary for President?

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It's because of the hairdo.

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