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You have spoken so passionately about the circumstances that led to Otto Warmbier's death. In the same breath, you're defending now Kim Jong-un's human rights record, how can you do that?>> You know why, because I don't wanna see a nuclear weapon destroy you and your family.>> Well, and by the way, you took clear that you'll be able in North Korea is over.
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] is over, is it over?>> If we did, quiet, quiet, quiet. If we did millions of people would have been killed, I don't mean like people saying a hundred thousand. Seoul have 28 million people 30 miles off the border. You would have had 30, 40, 50 million people killed, who knows what would Would have happened.
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I met, we had great chemistry, he gave us a lot. You haven't had a missile test in seven months. You haven't had a firing, you haven't had a nuclear test in eight and a half months. You haven't had missiles flying over Japan, that's a good thing not a bad thing.
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