Just the fact he says he wishes people praise him like how Kim Jong-un is praised by his people is red flags.
He even saluted a North Korean general.
North Korea is using the footage for propaganda.
North Koreans are all praising KJU for finally getting an American president to get on his knees in front of the Dear Leader according to North Korean defector news website which gets their information from North Koreans near the Chinese border who communicate through Chinese cellphones.
Yep, exactly why the whole thing was a mistake. Trump let KJU be seen on equal footing with a U.S. president and that alone can only help KJU with his people. And suspending the war training without getting anything in return makes it even worse.
And now Trump is all bent out of shape because people aren't praising him more for averting a nuclear war. Of course in his mind it's all about him doing something that Obama wasn't able to do...but of course the NK nuclear facility hadn't collapsed yet and there was no reason for KJU to make a deal.
South Korean national men and women's basketball team just landed in Pyongyang yesterday for friendly basketball games.
On the Inter-Korean Summit of April 27th, President Moon suggested to KJU about reviving the annual soccer match between Seoul and Pyongyang which first started in 1929 and stopped due to the division of the Koreas.
KJU, as you can guess by his best buddy Dennis Rodman, was more of a basketball fan, so he suggested a basketball match between SK and NK instead.
This basketball match is supposed to promote the unity of Korean people, but both South Korean men and women's national team has one African-American player who naturalized as South Korean citizens.
Don't know about the female, but the male American player Ricardo Ratliffe can't speak Korean and even brought a translator with him to Pyongyang.
I wonder what the North Koreans, who are extremely homogenous and have Nazi-style ultranationalism, will think about the black members of the South Korean national team, who are originally Americans, the mortal enemy of the North Koreans!
It's interesting to note that the father of Hur Jae, the coach of South Korean men's national basketball team, is originally from Sinuiju, North Korea, who came down to the South during the Korean War.