Two weeks after Trump threatened North Korea with "fire and fury," then-White House chief of staff John Kelly privately said the president did not fully grasp the implication of his messages, according to ABC chief Washington correspondent Jonathan Karl's new book.
"He needs to understand that 18- and 19-year-old people are going to die," Kelly reportedly said. "This is big-boy and big-girl s---. You have to understand people will die because of these decisions."
To lessen Trump's impulsivity,...
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