North Korea "Sentences Trump To Death" For Insulting Kim Jong

Lester Mason
November 15, 2017

"The weapons you are acquiring are not making you safer, they are putting your regime in grave danger", Trump said about North Korea during an address at South Korea's National Assembly in Seoul.

BTW, though, Trump: Saying you'd never call Kim Jong Un "short and fat" is, in effect, him calling him short and fat.

His sarcasm was a direct response to a statement from North Korea's Foreign Ministry calling Trump an "old lunatic." It went on to say: "He should know that he is just a disgusting criminal sentenced to death by the Korean people".

During a press conference in Vietnam Sunday, US President Donald Trump said that a friendship could develop one day between himself and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un.

The two leaders have exchanged a war of words since the Republican took his place inside the Oval Office. President Trump took offense to that statement, and in keeping with his usual method of criticizing those who upset him, he took to tweeting about it. "Unusual things happen in life", Trump said.

After a fairly quiet week on Twitter, Donald Trump last night released the noxious gas that had been building up during his Asia trip.

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On Saturday, Kim's government responded by accusing Trump of trying to demonize North Korea, keep it apart from the worldwide community and undermine its government.

Cyber operations in North Korea have been conducted to collect sensitive political and military intelligence information in order to attack their enemies.

"While North Korea still shows the will to continue developing its nuclear and missile programme, their focus on the economy is also helping the North Korean people come together", Baik said. In order to raise money for its illegal weapons programs, Turnbull said North Korea seeks to exploit busy trading hubs like Hong Kong.

CNN correspondent Will Ripley, who was in Pyongyang at the time of Trump's speech, said last week this type of language is likely to be "more infuriating to the North Koreans than the fiery rhetoric (Trump has) used before", as the U.S. leader "directly criticized their ideology and authoritarian system".

North Korean officials have said in state media the sanctions were causing a "colossal amount of damage" to ordinary North Koreans, while leaders have shown defiance, arguing that self-reliance can overcome worldwide pressure.


Other reports by Iphone Fresh

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