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Does Kim Jong-un want the 'dotard' or the 'snob' to win?

31 October 2020

6:00 PM

31 October 2020

6:00 PM

Donald Trump has made plenty of enemies in his time as president, but as the US president himself has claimed, he also gained an unlikely friend: Kim Jong-un. North Korea will be watching the result of next week’s US election closely. But would Pyongyang prefer four more years of an impulsive Trump, or a new Biden administration in its place?

Both leaders have not been immune from denigrations from the top of the North Korean regime.

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