When Ainsley Earnhardt asked about a possible U.S. military strike on the Asian nation, Trump replied:
"I don't want to telegraph what I'm doing or what I'm thinking. I'm not like other administrations where they say, ‘We're going to do this in four weeks.' It doesn't work that way. We'll see what happens. I hope things work out well. I hope there's going to be peace."
Ugh. "Not telegraphing your moves" is a strategy for a fight. You want peace, it's time to open up the lines of communication.
The problem is, the Art Of The Deal co-author never had a conversation where the goal wasn't to fuck the other person, either figuratively or literally.
But as if "I hope there's going to be peace" isn't a scary enough sentiment for the leader of the free world, who is supposed to be in charge of making sure there's peace, there was something else unnerving in this interview that a lot of people picked up on.
Check out how he describes the ruler he's dealing with:
"But, you know, they've been talking with this gentleman for a long time. You read Clinton's book, he said, ‘Oh, we made such a great peace deal,' and it was a joke. You look at different things over the years with President Obama. Everybody has been outplayed, they've all been outplayed by this gentleman. And we'll see what happens. But I just don't telegraph my moves."
Yeah. "This gentleman."
Not only does it seem Trump doesn't know Kim Jong Un's name, it doesn't seem like he knows who he is at all!
See, Bill Clinton wouldn't have dealt at all with Kim Jong Un. During his entire presidency (and George W. Bush's), the ruler of North Korea was Kim Jong Un's father, Kim Jong Il. That "gentleman" died in 2011, so Trump isn't dealing with the same dictator at all.
As we reported, after Erin Moran passed away this weekend, former costar Scott Baio wrote a touching post on Facebook praising the actresses' "contagious smile, warm heart, and animal loving soul." According to Harrison County, Indiana authorities, the thespian who played Joanie Cunningham most likely died due to complications from stage 4 cancer.
Sadly, Baio -- for some stupid reason -- decided to do a 180 after paying tribute to his Happy Days love interest.