Kim Jong-un’s maniacal regime hit back at President Trump following his ‘fire and fury’ remarks
The crackpot nuclear state has failed to back down in the poisonous war of words with the firebrand Republican and said the US is in a “tragicomedy of its own making.”
North Korean leader has hit back at President Trump amid an escalating war of words between the two
In an editorial today, North Korea’s Minju Joson newspaper said that America “finds itself in an ever worsening dilemma, being thrown into the grip of extreme security unrest by the DPRK (Democratic People’s Republic of Korea).
“This is tragicomedy of its own making.”
The paper said: “The powerful revolutionary Paektusan army of the DPRK, capable of fighting any war the US wants, is now on the standby to launch fire into its mainland, waiting for an order of final attack.”
It continued: “If the Trump administration does not want the American empire to meet its tragic doom in its tenure, they had better talk and act properly.”
Trump warned he would unleash ‘fire and fury’ if North Korea continued its threats against the US
President Trump says North Korea will be met with 'fire and fury' if it threatens the US
On Friday, Trump confirmed he is considering a military option against North Korean leader Kim Jong-un’s nuclear-armed regime.
“Military solutions are now fully in place, locked and loaded, should North Korea act unwisely. Hopefully Kim Jong Un will find another path!” Mr Trump tweeted.
The brash New York property tycoon also warned of severe consequences if North Korea attacks US territory Guam – home to a major American military base.
North Korea released this image showing its submarine-launched missile
Kim has accused the US of trying to spark a nuclear war
The dictator is all smiles as he launches another missile
North Korea has vowed to teach the US a 'severe lesson'
A US Air Force B-1B bomber, top, flies with South Korean fighter jets
U.S. President Donald Trump discusses North Korea's missiles on CBS' Face the Nation
Trump phoned the governor of Guam Eddie Calvo reassuring him that the US is behind him “one thousand per cent” following Jong-un threat to attack the Pacific island.
North Korea’s only major ally China has urged Trump and Kim to avoid “words and actions” which could tip the troubled peninsula into war.
And an expert has revealed that reunifying Korea would cost “$10 trillion” if America was able to topple the maniacal communist state.
“I think it will probably cost at least $10 trillion, but probably more,” said Dr Leonid Petrov, North Korea expert and visiting fellow at the Australian National University’s College of Asia and the Pacific.
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