Published: Wed, November 15, 2017
Worldwide | By Gretchen Simon

North Korea heaps insults on Trump, warns he will 'pay dearly'

North Korea heaps insults on Trump, warns he will 'pay dearly'

"We don't, I don't, I don't allow the staff to", Kelly said, adding that the tweets "are what they are".

"Why would Kim Jong-Un insult me by calling me "old, ' when I would NEVER call him 'short and fat"?" he tweeted.

"Trump, who is no more than an old slave of money, dared point an accusing finger at the sun".

Kim Jong-un could be attracted by bitcoin because of the lack of regulation and as a result, the ability to avoid global sanctions. "He should know that he is just a disgusting criminal sentenced to death by the Korean people", the commentary read.

On the other hand Trump expressed his wish to befriend with North Korean leader.

North Korea has previously boasted of its ability to strike the U.S. with intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBM) if Washington continues what Pyongyang views as acts of aggression against North Korea.

Since Trump became president, the two leaders have exchanged numerous insults. "Every step you take down this dark path increases the peril you face".

The message marks an unusually personal escalation of the tensions between the United States and North Korea over Pyongyang's weapons program.

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"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 unusual thing to happen but it's certainly a possibility, '" the ABC News reported.

"Together we have in our power to finally liberate this region and the world from this very serious nuclear menace, but it will require collective action, collective strength and collective devotion to winning the peace", Trump said.

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

On Saturday, North Korea denounced Mr Trump's Asia trip, calling it a "warmonger's visit" and again described the president as a "dotard" - a centuries-old insult for an elderly person.

North Korea appears to have taken offense to Trump's detailed description of North Korea's bleak human rights situation during his speech before South Korea's National Assembly and his call for reunification.

Arriving in Seoul on Tuesday, U.S. special representative for North Korea policy Joseph Yun told the local press he was not sure whether North Korea's break from nuclear testing would last, but he thought it was a "good start".

"President Xi of China has stated that he is upping the sanctions against #NoKo".

"The president is very focused on global security, and combating terrorism and most importantly containing a nuclearized North Korea", Conway said on ABC's This Week on Sunday.

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