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International relations in the age of Trump

Posted By on Thu, Jun 15, 2017 at 8:16 AM

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Dennis Rodman in North Korea, making a gift of a Donald Trump book to the country's sports minister. Maybe we can send Ted Nugent down to Australia to get him to make the prime minister stop making fun of the president of the United States.

Closer to home, Trump is thundering on Twitter about the unfairness of the special counsel "witch hunt." North Koreans know how to handle that kind of affront to a maximum leader.

PS: Warming up to a regime that did this to an American citizen?

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