As the Russian war on Ukraine intensifies, North Korea's Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un is launching his own warning shots ... for attention.
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On the eve of the U.S. presidential election, Bolsonaro sends a song of support and love to his idol, Donald Trump.
Nas vésperas da eleição presidencial nos EUA, Bolsonaro manda uma canção de apoio e amor para seu ídolo, Donald Trump.
Perhaps you've seen some of the celebrity "I Take Responsibility" videos that have gone viral recently. Well, now some of our world leaders, including Trump, MBS, Putin and Bolsonaro, have jumped in on the act too, with their own twist.
Wait, did those celebrity videos "taking responsibility" for racism inspire Trump himself to "take responsibility"? Is this some kind of ALT reality? Or is it just an epic troll job from a president who has famously proclaimed, "I don't take responsibility at all" for the consequences of his government's actions (or lack thereof).