Donald Trump On Friday, during a Fox News interview, exclaimed that he wants "his people" to listen to him the way North Koreans do to dictator Kim Jong Un.
In the "impromptu" interview with his favorite show, "Fox & Friends", Trump spoke to co-host Steve Doocy about his relationship with Kim after the history making summit between the two that achieved nothing.
During the talk Trump suddenly swerved out his lane and decided to tell the truth for once...
"Hey, he's the head of a country, and he's the strong head... he speaks and his people sit up at attention. I want my people to do the same,"
Watch that here...
It is common knowledge that Kim Jong Un is a totalitarian dictator who kills his own family members, starves his people to death by the millions and imprisons or executes them merely for criticizing him.
After the remark received not so rave reviews Trump later claimed he was "kidding" and questioned whether reporters understood sarcasm.
Trump's remark follows a week in which he has referred to Kim Jon Un as "tough" "talented" and "smart," following their summit.