Kim Jong Un considers Obama ‘a-hole’, Trump told Woodward

North Korean autocratic Kim Jong Un described former President Barack Obama as “a–hole”, after President Trump told Washington Post editor Bob Woodward about his own relationship with Kim.

Trump made the claim during a series of interviews for Woodward’s upcoming book, excerpts of which were published by broadsheet on Wednesday.

In contrast, Kim talked about Trump in letters between the two leaders, which Trump received as “love letters, indeed,” independently by Woodward.

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Kim reportedly wrote in a letter “at that moment of history when I held Her Majesty’s hand firmly in a perfectly beautiful and sacred place as the whole world took great interest to receive that day’s honor.” And watched with hope. ”

Trump told Woodward, “He had never smiled before. I’m the only one with whom he smiles. “

Former real-estate Mogul said that undercover, he approached Kim like a potential client during three face-to-face meetings in a push towards nuclear disarmament in the Hermit Kingdom.

Trump told Woodward, “It’s really like, you know someone loves a house and they can’t sell it.”

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Trump dismissed critics who said the sitdown only served to legitimize the iron dictator he so longed for.

“I got it. Big f-king deal,” Trump told Woodward. “It takes me two days. I got it. I didn’t give anything.”