Ok, I'll rephrase that as anti-trumpers.
Reporter asks Trump why he is defending Kim's human rights record, he responds "Because I don't want to see a nuclear weapon destroy you and your family"
You gotta admit, that's a pretty good response.
That's actually a terrible response.
That literally says, "If I don't defend Kim's human rights records he's going to bomb you and your family."
And that's defend mind you, not simply tolerate (with or without protest).
I suppose it's just hyperbole, but then everything seems to be - how do you separate what's real from what's exaggeration? Or is that simply his style, to prevent analysis of his motives or strategy?