Speaking with CNN's Brooke Baldwin Monday afternoon, House Foreign Affairs Committee member Rep. Gregory Meeks said North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un is "playing games" with President Trump by calling Vice President Biden a "low IQ individual." "Kim realizes the real low IQ person is the President," he said. "In fact, Kim has already gotten what he wants, the world stage."
REP. GREGORY MEEKS: I wish I could say, Brooke, that I'm shocked. But this is more of the same from this guy who's the president.
He seems to side and the people that he likes is people like Kim Jong-un, Putin, Orban, Erdogan, all strong-arm-type people that are living in what I say is close to fascist-type societies, where it's just dominated by the executive.
And it's a constant. I mean, whether you're talking about Europe or Asia, he says one thing, while his people say another, and there's always this conflict. And so, therefore, with our allies, they are confused. Where does the United States stand?
BALDWIN: Kim Jong-un is clearly testing this president. What do you think it would take for President Trump to disavow this relationship? What would Kim have to do?
MEEKS: Well, I don't think that there's anything.
I think Kim is playing the president. He played him in the first summit. He played him at the second summit. So Kim realizes that the real low-I.Q. person is the president, and he can continue to play games with him all along until Kim gets what he wants.
In fact, Kim has already gotten what he wants, the world stage.
MEEKS: And he has -- you know, now Kim is going around the world talking to other world leaders. I think he went over to Russia to meet with Putin. He couldn't do that before. So he's already gotten what he wanted.