Trump trades grade school insults with Kim Jong

Randolph Lopez
November 13, 2017

Trump also referenced his address in South Korea earlier this week when he called on countries to unite against North Korea.

The ministry was reacting to Trump's speech in South Korea last week, in which the president warned North Korea not to test the resolve of the USA and its allies.

Kim's regime has ramped up its anti-US rhetoric ever since President Trump visited East Asia as part of a 12-day tour aimed at boosting trade and drumming up support for a solution to the North Korean crisis.

President Trump is now on a tour of Asia that has taken him to Japan, South Korea and China so far.

Trump also warned North Korea not to underestimate the United States in a speech to the South Korean parliament on Wednesday, while offering leader Kim Jong-Un a better future if he gives up his nuclear ambitions.

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South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff said that the maneuvers are aimed at bolstering the South Korea-U.S. alliance's policy of "extended deterrence" against the North's nuclear and missile provocations. The statement was issued in response to a speech delivered by Trump in South Korea's National Assembly on Tuesday, where he stressed that the U.S. should not be underestimated, and that North Korea's new weapons might be putting the regime in more, rather than less danger. "Do not try us". He said "every single step the North Korea regime takes toward more weapons is a step it takes into greater and greater danger".

The exercises come on the heels of Trump's visits to Seoul and Beijing this week, which were dominated by the question of how to counter Pyongyang's nuclear weapons threat. "On the contrary, all this makes us more sure that our choice to promote economic construction at the same time as building-up on our nuclear force is all more righteous, and it pushes us to speed up the effort to complete our nuclear force".

Asked at news conference with Vietnam's president later Sunday if he could become friends with the North Korean leader, Trump replied it "might be a odd thing to happen but it's certainly a possibility".

"Strange things happen in life. I don't know if it will but it would be very, very nice". North Korea conducted its sixth and most powerful nuclear bomb test on September 3, prompting another round of United Nations sanctions.

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