Trump’s Solution To North Korea Is For South Korea To Pay Us. Which They Already Do

Posted by | January 6, 2016 17:32 | Filed under: Contributors News Behaving Badly Politics Tommy Christopher

While the White House is looking askance at claims that North Korea has tested a hydrogen bomb, Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump already knows how he would handle this crisis.

In addition to magically getting China to metaphorically come get their boy, Trump told the Fox and friends gang Wednesday morning that he would force South Korea to “pony up,” because nothing strengthens alliances like a little extortion…READ MORE

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By: Tommy Christopher

Tommy Christopher is The Daily Banter's White House Correspondent and Political Analyst. He's been a political reporter and liberal commentator since 2007, and has covered the White House since the beginning of the Obama administration, first for PoliticsDaily, and then for Mediaite. Christopher is a frequent guest on a variety of television, radio, and online programs, and was the villain in the documentaries The Audacity of Democracy and Hating Breitbart. He's also That Guy Who Live-Tweeted His Own Heart Attack, and the only person to have ever received public apologies from both Rush Limbaugh and Glenn Beck.

8 responses to Trump’s Solution To North Korea Is For South Korea To Pay Us. Which They Already Do

  1. Larry Schmitt January 6th, 2016 at 20:05

    Look at this Palin-quality word salad: “I would immediately start talking to China. And by the way, I’d get South Korea, that’s making a fortune. You know they’re our trading partner, if you want to use the word partner, and I have many good friends in South Korea. They can’t believe what they get away with. I would have them start, you know we have 28,000 soldiers sitting up at the line, and between North Korea right now between North Korea and south Korea. I wouldn’t want to be necessarily sitting there, could be a hot zone.”
    I defy you to make any sense of that. He can barely construct a complete sentence. I have no idea what the f*ck he’s trying to say.

    • tracey marie January 6th, 2016 at 20:17

      It is amazing, seems palin idiots have found the male version to rally around.

    • bpollen January 6th, 2016 at 20:32

      I think it means “I’m really really rich. And I’d do my daughter if she weren’t mine.”

    • LoisB January 6th, 2016 at 23:03

      Neither does he.

    • Boltorama January 6th, 2016 at 23:31

      Translation: Derp

  2. jybarz January 6th, 2016 at 21:12

    You know, Trumpet, when you talk your mouth looks like an anus. No wonder why you talk $hit all the time.

  3. Boltorama January 6th, 2016 at 21:29

    Lump and the fatso with the bad haircut are a match made in heaven!

  4. Tim Coolio January 7th, 2016 at 09:05

    He’ll get South Korea to build a wall around N. Korea and get THEM to pay for it!

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