It’s no secret that Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un are not fans of one another. Trump has heavily criticized both the regime itself and the nuclear tests it conducts on what seems to be a semi-regular basis. Recently, however, there has been a new move made in the chess game against North Korea. Trump has declared the Communist regime a state sponsor of terror. The North Koreans were on this list for quite some time until George Bush took them off in 2008 to ease nuclear negotiations, and remained off said list through all 8 years of Barack Obama’s presidency. But now they’re back on, and it really shouldn’t surprise anyone given the tumultuous relationship that Mr. Trump and Mr. Kim have. In my upcoming story, I plan to explain how this move affects both countries now and in the future, and how it affects our nuclear negotiations with the regime.
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