Last Sunday, France elected Emmanuel Macron to be their next president, pushing out Marine Le Pen in the process.
Most consider Macron to be a globalist, a Muslim sympathizer, and now a friend to North Korea.
Earlier in the week, the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea’s ceremonial head of state, Kim Yong Nam, reached out to Macron and congratulated him on his victory.
He hoped that his election would “benefit people in both nations” and that it would lead to “development and prosperity.”
Kim also wished Macron “success in his responsible work for the development and prosperity of France.”
Conservative Tribune reports:
It is unclear how, or even if, Macron responded to the well-wishes and congratulations from the rogue communist regime, and we will refrain from speculating about any potential ties between the supposedly “centrist” former socialist party member and the regime that has taken socialism to its most extreme form.
Meanwhile, tensions between North Korea and virtually the rest of the civilized world continue to be at an exceptionally heightened state, as the communist regime insists on testing ballistic missiles and developing nuclear weapons in spite of numerous United Nations resolutions and widespread condemnation from the international community.
You have to question the leadership of Macron when North Korea reaches out to him and views him as a friend.
President Donald Trump needs to distance himself from Macron and be aware that he may be willing to work with the North Koreans.
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