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Trump mocks the North Korean leader’s threat

US President Donald Trump said in response to a recent announcement by his North Korean counterpart Kim Jong-un that he has a nuclear button on his desk; he also has a nuclear button but is “much bigger and stronger” than his opponent.

“The North Korean leader said the nuclear button is on his desk at all times,” Trump said in a Twitter account on Wenesday.

“Does anyone in his starving starving system tell him please that I also have a nuclear button, but he is much bigger and stronger than his button, and my minister is working.”

“The whole United States is in the range of our nuclear weapons and the nuclear button is always on my desk, and this is a reality, not a threat,” Kim said in a televised address on New Year’s Day. “His nuclear program has been successfully completed.

There is always a verbal exchange between Kim and Trump over the dispute over North Korean ballistic missile tests.

Tramp said North Korea would face “fire and anger” and threatened “to destroy it completely,” Kim said, describing Trump as “dementia” and “mentally retarded.”

However, Kim’s New Year’s speech was not only a sign of his nuclear threat, but he would send a team of athletes to participate in the Winter Olympics hosted by South Korea next month.

South Korea picked up the gesture and offered Kim high-level talks.

“It may be happy news, and it may not be,” he said.
Source: Agencies

 
 
 






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