The Guardian has an article about Trump not wanting to criticize North Korea's human rights record before their summit, which is perhaps undestandable from a realpolitk perspective. I want to know if Trump himself ever criticized the human rights record of any country. Let's just stick to the period since he took office, as the most relevant. Perhaps the State department, even under Trump, still has some of its usual talk against the usual suspects when it comes to human rights, but I want to know about Trump's own statements on the matter, if any.
N.B.: I know Trump reacted militarily to the chemical attacks in Syria, so he draws the line somewhere; the words he used on one of those occasions were "heinous attack", "we're talking about humanity", "barbaric act", and "atrocities". Has he criticized any other human rights violations besides the Syrian chemical attacks?