Biden slams Trump for his friendship with Kim Jong Un

Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden criticized President Donald Trump for touting his friendly relationship with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un.

Trump, who met with Kim several times in 2018 and 2019, said his friendship with the North Korean leader has helped keep peace in the region. He compared his relationship with North Korea to that of President Barack Obama’s, saying that the former president had grave concerns about a nuclear war with the country before passing on the presidency.

“North Korea, we're not in a war. We have a good relationship,” Trump said at Thursday night's debate.

Biden didn’t mince his words in his reply. “That's like saying we had a good relationship with Hitler before he, in fact, invaded … the rest of Europe. Come on."

Biden added that Obama didn’t meet with Kim because the former president refused to back down from demanding denuclearization. Biden said he wouldn’t meet with Kim unless the Korean peninsula becomes a nuclear-free zone.

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