Korean Business News Daily is reporting that North Korean leader, Kim Jong-Un has allegedly thrown in his support for Donald Trump in the United States 2016 Presidential election. Kim Jong-Un, taking a break from controlling the weather, has allegedly been “closely following” both the GOP and Democratic debates and only came to this decision “after watching the Democrat debate on Tuesday night” according to KB News Daily.
“The Supreme Leader closely weighed and measured the talents all of the U.S. candidates and gave them all careful consideration,” says the alleged official statement from the DPRK government. “Supreme Leader has considered all of the choices and has named Donald Trump the official candidate of the DPRK.”
The North Korean statement continued to state that Kim Jong-Un “admired” Donald Trump’s plan to “build a wall to keep his people safe”. However, the Supreme Leader plans to “work to assist Donald Trump in less expensive ways of protecting his people from outside threats.” Jong-Un alleges that he “keeps the great people of North Korea say from Imperialist invaders without a border wall” and he reportedly feels that he can lend a hand in helping Trump work through the challenges he would face in his first term.
Jeung Sang Wook of Korean Business News Daily has been following this developing story and adds that, “Kim Jong-Un is not in favor of Donald Trump’s policies on guns as, obviously, he’d like to see an America that is weaker militarily. However, he does apparently feel that of all of the potential United States candidates, Trump has the closest mindset to himself.”
Jeung Sang Wook continues, “Surprisingly, Kim Jong-Un was nearly ready to endorse Jim Webb as the official DPRK backed candidate, but he felt that Jim Webb’s showing at the recent Democrat political debate was lacking. His (Kim Jong-Un’s) overall support of Trump’s immigration policy, combined with Webb’s inability to conduct himself on the world stage helped solidify the decision.”
It is unknown what exactly this “endorsement” by Kim Jong-Un will mean for Trump’s campaign. Will his supporters react negatively when finding out one of the world’s most infamous dictators agrees with an immigration policy they have shown their support for? I suppose only time will tell.
Jeung Sang Wook feels the endorsement is not a big deal. “Kim Jong-Un just likes to talk,” he concludes. “This is no different than him threatening to ‘destroy the West’. He is egotistical enough to feel he is affecting American politics by making a statement such as this.”