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Justin Yost, Columnist

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I got in a fight with my roommates today. They didn’t like the way I have been acting and tweeting lately. I called one short and challenged the other to an IQ-off. This sounds insane, right? This is how Donald Trump is treating people in his own administration and his own Republican party.

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, as the nation’s top diplomat, has been trying to make peace with North Korea since this administration moved into the White House. For the same amount of time Trump has been doing everything in his power to bring on war with North Korea, including repeatedly calling Kim Jong Un “Little Rocket Man.”
Understandably, Tillerson has been fed up with the way Trump has been acting and has even reportedly reached the point of calling our commander in chief a moron. It didn’t take long for Trump to respond in the only way he knows how, calling it “fake” news.

In an interview with “Forbes Magazine,” Trump said, “I think it’s fake news, but if he did that, I guess we’ll have to compare IQ tests. And I can tell you who is going to win.”

If this already wasn’t enough Trump decided this weekend, while playing golf, that he would make things worse. Sen. Bob Corker joined a growing list of Trump supporters who are not happy with their leader. Corker told “The New York Times” he thought we were being led on a path to World War III. Trump has responded multiple times, most recently last night, saying “The New York Times” set up “Liddle” Bob Corker.

According to multiple reports, Corker’s height played a role in his being dropped for the Secretary of State position. With a very slim margin for votes in Congress to get Trump’s agenda done, he doesn’t seem too worried about pushing more and more members of his own party away.

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