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.
During his interview with Fox and Friends, Trump said he wants the American people to respond to him the way that starved and oppressed N. Koreans respond to Kim Jong-un.
Trump waited until after a pool spray with the Afghanistan president to tell reporters that instead of destroying North Korea, he is going to add new sanctions.
President Trump tried an obvious at distraction by attempting to take credit for North Korea not attacking the US.
Trump was asked repeated questions by reporters about North Korea, but all the mentally unstable sounding president could reply with was, "I think you know the answer to that."
During the White House daily briefing, Press Secretary Josh Earnest was asked if President Obama had confidence in Trump handling the nuclear codes and keeping America safe. He answered that Obama has confidence in the intelligence community, military, and State Department, but never mentioned Trump.