I never thought I'd live to see the day a president of the United States praise a dictator like Kim Jong Un right after publicly denigrating the prime minister of Canada. I just don't understand what goes on in Donald Trump's head. To call Kim talented, smart, trustworthy, funny, a great personality, a strong leader who loves his people, makes me wonder if Trump knows anything about Kim at all!

This man is a brutal dictator who keeps his people ignorant of the real world. He starves his citizens, kills those who disagree with him, kills his own family for fear they may question his authority. I have never been more offended as when I saw the array of North Korean and American flags side by side as those overgrown children took the stage. It made my skin crawl!

All of this when just the day before, Trump insulted every one of the G7 nations. Again, I don't think Trump knows, or cares, what the G7 stand for. These nations have morals; they try to make policy to help further the plight of those nations in need. For Trump to criticize the G7 for expelling Russia (for invading and occupying Crimea) and demanding their readmission was just embarrassing. Then, after an early departure, slam Justin Trudeau after he said Canada would not be pushed around, Trump called him weak and a liar. Imagine that! The biggest, lying snowflake out there calling someone else weak and a liar! Sad days for the U.S.A.

ANGELA CARDINAL

Janesville

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