Trump Reveals Love For Kim Jong-un

Speaking about his relationship with Kim, Trump said the dictator wrote him a letter, which were “great letters” and that he “he fell in love”

In an hour long speech in West Virginia, US. President has said he “fell in love” with North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un.

Speaking about his relationship with Kim, Trump said the dictator wrote him a letter, which were “great letters” and that he “he fell in love”

“We fell in love.” He said. “No really. He wrote me beautiful letters. They were great letters. And then we fell in love.” He added.

He started his speech with a reference to his trip to the United Nations:

“I just left the United Nations, believe me they respect us now again,” He said despite the audible laughter that greeted his speech at the UN.

He also talked about Kavanaugh and accused Democrats of “throwing away every standard of decency”

“They don’t care who they hurt, who they have to run over in order to get power and control and that’s what they want: power and control”

Trump was at a rally to promote the candidacy of Patrick Morriseyin, whon is running for a West Virginia Senate race against incumbent, Joe Manchin, and Trump was quick to make the race personal, saying “a vote for Morrisey is a vote for me.”

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