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Opinion: Donald Trump 'Fell In Love' With Kim Jong Un

President Trump says he "fell in love" with the supreme leader of North Korea, who presides over a cruel kingdom of repression and torture.

In the crush of urgent news, some astounding events can almost slip past.

At a rally in West Virginia last Saturday, President Trump told the crowd about feelings he has developed for Kim Jong Un. Remember and Kim ridiculed Trump as a "mentally deranged U.S. dotard"?

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