Expert Says Trump Will Soon Fire DNI Coats, Creating a Real Emergency

Phillip Mudd on CNN

Philip Mudd, the ex-deputy director of the CIA‘s Counterterrorist Center and the FBI‘s National Security Branch said on CNN this morning that he believes Director of National Intelligence (DNI) Dan Coats will be fired by Donald Trump. The reason, Mudd said, is that Trump has a history of firing people who don’t agree with him. read more

Morning Tweetstorm Shows Trump Has Lost Touch With Reality

Donald Trump posted several tweets this morning that directly contradict national security intelligence on several major foreign policy matters, showing that he is doing actual damage to the country.

When Director of National Intelligence (DNI) Dan Coats testified before the Senate Intelligence Committee yesterday, he drew significant media attention by breaking with multiple points Trump has been trying to make in recent days, such as: read more

Trump Tantrums That He’s Not A Baby When Questioned On His Love For Kim Jong-un

Trump tantrumed that he is not a baby when he was challenged on his claim that he loves brutal North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un.

China Slams Trump for ‘Irresponsible’ North Korea Accusations

China on Saturday denounced Donald Trump’s accusation that Beijing is stalling efforts to disarm North Korea as “irresponsible.”

China on Saturday called Donald Trump "irresponsible" after the US President cancelled his top diplomat's latest trip to North Korea and suggested Beijing was stalling efforts to disarm Pyongyang. read more

Trump Bows Down To North Korea While Begging Kim Jong-un On Nuke Deal

Donald Trump says only wealthy people are great

Republicans who spent years accusing Obama of bowing down to America's enemies are watching Donald Trump bow down to a North Korean regime that has threatened to attack the United States.

After Pompeo Meeting North Korea Says Talks Were Regrettable

After talks with a delegation led by Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, that it says were “regrettable” North Korea accused the United States of undermining the accomplishments from last month’s summit between President Trump and Kim Jong Un. read more

Trump’s Most Humiliating Failure Yet As N. Korea Backs Out Of Nuclear Deal

North Korea has made Trump look like an idiot on the world stage by showing no intention of getting rid of their nuclear program.

Trump Rips Fake News on Twitter; Tells Washington Post Employees To Strike

The Washington Post

President Donald Trump must have gotten a good night’s sleep because he hit the ground running this morning, going on Twitter and posting a barrage of off-the-wall tweets.

His last tweet was outlandish in that he is encouraging employees of the Washington Post newspaper to go on strike.  He also asked if the Post is registered as a lobbyist. read more

One 24 Second Video Shows How Badly Trump Got Played By N. Korea

Trump managed to give up everything while getting no firm commitment to denuclearization and no verification process as he got played by North Korea.

Trump Admits That He Is Not Even Preparing For The N. Korea Summit

Trump told reporters that he doesn't need to prepare for the summit with North Korea because it is about "attitude."

Mattis Throws Cold Water On Trump Summit Excitement

U.S. Defense Secretary James Mattis said on Sunday that Americans should expect a “bumpy road” ahead in negotiations with North Korea over denuclearization.  His comments were clearly intended to inject a dose of reality into the media spectacle created by his boss President Donald Trump around the on-again, off-again summit with Kim Jong Un of North Korea. read more

CIA: North Korea “Is Not Going to Denuclearize” But May Open Burger Joint

Maybe we should call it McDonald’s Diplomacy. The latest analysis by the CIA of North Korea’s overtures to the United States said Kim Jong Un will not ever get rid of his nuclear weapons but instead will offer to open a hamburger franchise in North Korea as a sign of goodwill. read more

North Korean Official On Way to U.S. For Summit Talks

Kim Yong Chol, a four-star general in the North Korean army, landed in Beijing’s airport on Tuesday on his way to the United States to attend meetings with the Trump administration to discuss salvaging the scheduled June 12 summit in Singapore. read more

June 12 Summit May Be a “Go” As Korean Leaders Meet

North and South Korea’s leaders held a hastily arranged secret meeting on Saturday in their attempts to salvage the June 12 summit between Kim Jong Un and Donald Trump.

Kim and South Korean President Moon Jae-in talked for two hours and afterwards they were hopeful they had a plan to convince America’s president that the summit should still take place in order to bring peace to the Korean peninsula.  They also said that they plan additional talks this week to work out more details. read more

Clueless Trump Brags About Not Paying Ransom To Get US Hostages Back From N. Korea

Trump bragged that he didn't have to pay ransom to get US hostages that should have never been taken back from N. Korea, but the policy of the US government is to never pay ransom for hostages.

Trump Jeopardizes Reporters By Canceling Summit While They Are In N. Korea

Trump showed no regard for the safety of journalists by canceling the summit, while they are still in N. Korea to "witness" the "destruction" of a nuclear test site.

Trump Walks Back His North Korea Summit Sham

Trump is lowering expectations and walking back his planned North Korea summit by saying that the meeting may not happen on June 12.


Trump said, “We’re moving along. We’ll see what happens. There are certain conditions we want. If we get those conditions, we don’t have the meeting. Frankly, it’s a chance to be a great, great meeting for North Korea and a great meeting for the world. If it doesn’t happen, maybe it will happen later. Maybe it will happen at a different time. But we will see. But we are talking. The meetings scheduled as you know on June 12th in Singapore. Whether or not it happens, you’ll be knowing pretty soon, but we’re talking right now.” read more

Trump Calls South Korea In A Futile Attempt to Save His Presidency

President Donald Trump spoke on the telephone Saturday to South Korean President Moon Jae-in to discuss his worry that North Korea is not serious about reaching an agreement on denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula. Recent statements from North Korea have thrown uncertainty into the planning for the upcoming summit between Trump and Kim Jong Un in Singapore in June. read more