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James Mattis Warned Intellligence Chief: ‘Collective Action’ May Be Required Against Trump

Former Defense Secretary James Mattis reportedly once warned a top United States intelligence official that “collective action” might be required to stem President Donald Trump’s “dangerous” behavior in the White House, according to a new book by the Washington Post’s Bob Woodward. In his new book on the Trump administration—titled, Rage—Woodward reveals the inner machinations and…

Report: Kim Jong-un Warns of Economic Crisis, Shares Power with Sister

North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un has warned that the country’s already dire economic crisis faces additional challenges, amid reports Thursday that he has relinquished some of his power to his sister. “Planned attainment of the goals for improving the national economy have been seriously delayed and the people’s living standard has not been improved remarkably,” Kim…

EXCLUSIVE: Trump Details Two Specific Conversations He Had With John Bolton That Made Him...

President Donald Trump told the Daily Caller about a series of conversations he had with former National Security Adviser John Bolton that made him realize Bolton was a “dumb maniac who wants to go to war with any anybody that can breathe.” Trump, during an hour-long exclusive interview in the Oval Office, said that, despite…

The rise of North Korea’s Kim Yo Jong (Video)

The Duran’s Alex Christoforou and Editor-in-Chief Alexander Mercouris discuss the latest statements from the sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un who said it is “high time” to break relations with South Korean authorities, adding the next action against the “enemy” will come from the army. It’s better to take a series of retaliatory…

REPORTS: North Korea Ousts Intelligence Director, Kim Jong Un’s Long-Running Head Of Security

North Korea has reportedly ousted the director of its top intelligence agency as well as Kim Jong Un’s long-running head of security. The Korea Herald reported that Jang Kil-song will be replaced as leader of the Reconnaissance General Bureau (RGB), North Korea’s military intelligence agency, by Lt. General Rim Kwang-il, according to leaks on a…

Report: ‘No Slow Down at All’ in North Korea Nuclear Program

Satellite photos of a new missile facility near the North Korean capital of Pyongyang provide further evidence the communist regime is continuing to expand its nuclear program, according to a report from the Washington-based think-tank The Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS). Images obtained by the CSIS of the Sil-li Ballistic Missile Support Facility close…

FLASHBACK: Remember When The Media Fell In Love With Kim Jong Un’s Sister?

North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un’s sister Kim Yo Jong captured American media’s hearts during the 2018 Winter Olympics. Following the North Korean leader’s reported health scare at the end of April, many wondered if his sister would be next to take over as the country’s leader. American publications praised Kim Yo Jong, with CNN…

‘Glad to See He Is Back’ — Donald Trump Cheers Kim Jong-un Alleged Public...

President Donald Trump on Saturday cheered the news that North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un had allegedly returned to public life. “I, for one, am glad to see he is back, and well!” Trump wrote on Twitter, sharing images of Kim released by the North Korean state news agency. I, for one, am glad to see…

North Korean State Media: Kim Jong-Un Resurfaces After Death Rumors

Kim Jong-Un made his first public appearance on Friday during the opening of a fertilizer plant after weeks of rumors circulating about his health, North Korean media reports. The state media outlet Korean Central News Agency broke the news Friday reporting that the “supreme leader” was pictured cutting the ribbon of a a new fertilizer…

Report: Coronavirus Lockdown Strands North Koreans Trying to Escape in China

Missionaries working with North Korean refugees hiding in China told Radio Free Asia (RFA) on Wednesday many are stuck there, facing the potential of being tortured and sent to prison camps if caught and returned home. On average, roughly 1,160 North Korean defectors are believed to escape the country each year, according to U.S.-based NK News. Approximately 135…
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