Donald Trump supporters have called on the President this week to either accuse an opposition member of a crime, or assassinate a sibling. This comes following Alexei Navalny’s guilty verdict for embezzling $500,000 from a timber company. Adding to the pressure is the news that North Korean Chairman, Kim Jong Un organised the assassination of his brother (who famously visited Disneyland in Tokyo) on his return from Disneyland. Supporters were not satisfied with the National Security Advisor,
Michael Flynn’s resignation. Some have called for a fresh FBI investigation into Clinton’s emails, whilst some Brits prey for the removal of Jeremy Corbyn from the Labour Party.