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Vice-President Mike Pence, says Kim Yo Jong is a Central pillar of the oppression of the evil regime and the United States, not with murderous dictatorships.

Vice President Pence Thursday again fired at the “fawning” media coverage of Kim Jong-Un, the games sister after her appearance at the opening ceremony of the Olympic Winter, remind the Reporter that it represents “the most repressive regime on the planet.”

The Vice President used his address to the Conservative Political Action conference for the eradication of his score with the media, after Kim Yo Jong, at least initially, attracted some positive coverage for their supposed charm offensive in Pyeongchang, South Korea. Pence, while the time took some criticism for not standing during the opening ceremonies-appearance of the North and South Korean athletes.

“For all the media Korean dictator fawning over the sister of the North, I think it is important that every American know who this person is and what they have done,” Pence said on Thursday. “The sister of Kim Jong-Un is a Central pillar of the most tyrannical and oppressive regimes on the planet, starved to death, a nasty family, the clique, the brutalizes, throws, and locks his 25 million people.”

Pence was only seats away from the North Korean delegates during these ceremonies earlier this month.

On Thursday, Pence the opportunity to remind used, the public about the atrocities of the North Korean regime.

“Also, the United Nations reported that, in her words, the seriousness, extent and nature of these violations of human rights a state not said a parallel in the modern world,” Pence, show. “This is the reason why the government of the United States has sanctioned for their role in the [incitement] of North Korea’s human rights violations and crimes against humanity.”

Pence called to remind Americans, Otto warm beer, the American college student who was detained in North Korea, and then died after discharge in a coma.

“I’m not saying the United States of America stand with murderous dictatorships, we are standing up to the murderous dictatorships, and we hold on to until North Korea stops our country, our allies, or until you give up threatening, its nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles once and for all,” Pence said.

Before he mentioned his trip to South Korea, Pence short of the Parkland, Fla., Shoot.

He said the security of the nation for schools and students is a top priority for the entire administration.

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