During a rally in Warren, Michigan, over the weekend, Trump called Harris a “North Korea sympathizer.”
He added, “I think that was one of the worst mistakes of all.”
Trump continued, “Can you imagine? They’re standing on the border. North Korea’s over there shooting off missiles as she’s speaking.”
Commenting on his relationship with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, Trump explained, “I got along very good with Kim Jong Un. We got along great with Kim Jong Un. We didn’t have a problem, but he doesn’t like these people too much.”
Continuing to mock Harris, Trump told the crowd, “That would be one of the only times where they should have sent somebody up to talk to her and say ‘Listen, you’re really made a big one. We got to change this.'”
The former president suggested “normally, if you blow it, I don’t want to have somebody walk up here say ‘Sir, could you just rephrase it, please.’ I’d get angry. But you know what? That one I would be very happy to receive their advice because that’s one of the worst I’ve ever seen.”
Watch Trump’s comments below:
President Trump ?— Citizen Free Press (@CitizenFreePres) October 1, 2022
"Kamala Harris, the North Korea sympathizer, she's a sympathizer, she likes North Korea. Can you imagine? They're shooting off missiles and she's saying 'North Korea is our ally and friend.' They should've sent someone up to talk to her." pic.twitter.com/YkSlsgdLtg
During a trip to the Demilitarized Zone last week, Harris declared the United States “shares a very important relationship, which is an alliance with the Republic of North Korea.”
She continued, “And it is an alliance that is strong and enduring.”
Earlier this year, it was reported that the National Archives and Records Administration retrieved boxes containing letters between Trump and Kim Jong-un he once called “love letters.”
On Monday, CNN obtained audio of an interview between New York Times reporter Maggie Haberman and Trump about whether he had given the letters to the National Archives last year.
“I have great things though, you know. The letters, the Kim Jong Un letters. I had many of them,” Trump said.
Haberman replied, “You were able to take those with you?”
Trump explained, “No, I think that has the … I think that’s in the archives, but most of it is in the Archives. But the Kim Jong Un letters, we have incredible things. I have incredible letters with other leaders.”
The outlet pointed out it was previously reported Trump held on to the letters with Kim Jong Un after leaving the White House.