JOHN MCCAIN: There’s a ‘crazy fat kid’ using North Korea

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John McCain of Arizona.

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Sen. John McCain of Arizona on Wednesday delivered scorching
remarks opposite North Korea’s leader, Kim Jong Un, while
deliberating his devise to extent a country’s continued

“China is a usually one that can control Kim Jong Un, this crazy
fat child that’s using North Korea,” pronounced McCain, who also serves
as a authority of a Senate Armed Services Committee.

In an talk with MSNBC’s Greta outpost Susteren, McCain pronounced of
China: “They could stop North Korea’s economy in a week.”

“They haven’t, since a Chinese have to know there’s a
chastisement … imposed by us if they don’t power in an individual
that can literally start a universe war, and some-more importanty,
maybe in a brief term, strike a United States of America.”

Sharing both a limit and storied history, China has had close
family with North Korea, maybe moreso than any other
country, and has taken a purpose of a “big brother.” North
Korea, that conducts about 90% of a trade with China
due to restrictions imposed by other universe powers, was recently
criminialized from exporting coal, a primary export, to China — one
week after it test-fired a barb in February.

McCain continued, observant Kim Jong Un is “not receptive … we’re
not traffic with even someone like Joseph Stalin, who had a
certain rationality to his atrocity … The initial place I’d go
is China, and contend ‘Look, we can close down their economy … it’s
in your seductiveness to do so.'”

“If a Chinese exclude to do that, we have to cruise all
options, and not indispensably a universe war, though Mr. Kim Jong Un
needs to know that there’s a outrageous chastisement to compensate if he even
attempted it.”

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