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?”
Trump spokesman complains that impeachment doesn’t ‘put food on the table’ — after the administration moved to cut food stamps
There’s been no shortage of hypocrisy and irony in the age of President Donald Trump, but White House Deputy Press Secretary Hogan Gidley still stood out on Friday with a galling comment about impeachment to Fox News.
As usual, his defense of Trump against the charges in the Ukraine scandal was staggeringly dishonest. Gidley claimed the president “didn’t press [Ukrainian President Volodymyr] Zelensky on anything other than getting to the bottom of corruption in his country” — an assertion unequivocally contradicted by the facts as confirmed by the White House itself. Rather than mentioning anti-corruption efforts in Ukraine on two separate phone calls earlier in the year, as his aides had advised him to, Trump instead pressed Zelensky to investigate his own U.S. political opponents. Trump didn’t even mention the word “corruption.”
‘They murdered him!’ Family blasts cops after hijacked UPS driver killed in ‘wild west’ shootout
The family of a Florida UPS driver killed during a shootout between police and the individuals who hijacked his delivery truck is speaking out. In an interview to Local 10 News, the stepfather of Frank Ordonez lashed out at police, who he says were responsible for his stepson's death.
“They murdered him,” Joe Merino said. “I hope you can understand that and how I feel because it could have been prevented.”
Merino acknowledged that he didn't know the exact circumstances that led to the shootout, but wondered by police were so quick to open fire with so many innocent bystanders in the way.
Trump rages at new light bulbs during White House meeting for making him look orange
President Donald Trump on Friday complained about energy-efficient light bulbs that he claimed made him look orange.
As reported by Reuters White House correspondent Jeff Mason, the president said he wanted to bring back older light bulbs that would give him a more flattering skin tone.
"Trump quips that the new light bulbs don’t make him look good and being a 'vain' person, that’s important to him," Mason reports. "He says they make him look orange. He plans to bring cheaper light bulbs back."