A Fox Business Network host complained about rules prohibiting the assassination of North Korea’s leader, who she mocked as a “crazy fat kid.”
Trish Regan, who hosts The Intelligence Report, appeared Thursday afternoon on Fox News, where she took part in a panel discussion on North Korea’s test July 4 of a long-range missile and whether the U.S. should order a military strike.
“I hope it doesn’t come to what you’re talking about — it may very well indeed,” Regan said.
She floated the possibility of ordering the assassination of Kim Jong-un, chairman of the Workers’ Party of Korea and supreme leader of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea.
“There’s one other option here that we haven’t talked about — and I know you’re not supposed to go out, or go in, and take out a leader because of international rules, decorum, etc., that we have,” Regan said. “But if there was a way to get in and get rid of this crazy fat kid, as you said, Meghan (McCain), then wouldn’t that do a lot in terms of saving a lot of lives here?”
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