At UN, North Korea says U.S. to blame for 'worst ever situation'

Posted November 14, 2017

DONALD Trump would "lose a war against North Korea" because his troops would be "outnumbered" by Kim Jong-un's 1.2million fighters, it has been claimed.

"Why would Kim Jong-un insult me by calling me "old", when I would NEVER call him "short and fat?"

Trump signed an executive order in September slapping new travel and economic sanctions on North Korea, as the administration seeks to pressure Kim Jong Un in a showdown over the North Korean leader's nuclear program.

"A lot of times, Donald Trump goes way over the line with his tweets, but this time - that was pretty damn amusing", said Che. President Trump is embarking on a five country, eleven day tour throughout Asia. This is the first time the three supercarriers are sailing together in the same region in almost 10 years, making it clear that the Trump administration is determined to flex its muscles against the Kim Jong-un regime.

South Korea's military is keeping its full combat readiness against North Korea's possible provocations as the North's soldiers are preparing for their monthslong winter training, the South's military said Monday. And do not try us.

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". "Every step you take down this dark path increases the peril you face".

"Trump has flown to South Korea as he seeks to strengthen military threats against us and has an intention to light the fuse for a nuclear war", North Korean newspaper Rodong Sinmum said. The United States has said that all options, including military, are on the table to deal with North Korea, although its preference is for a diplomatic solution.

He also tweeted about meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin at APEC and how they had "good discussions" on Syria and that he hopes that they can solve the North Korea crisis together.

He said he doesn't know if that friendship will develop, but added it would be "very, very nice if it did".

This isn't the first time Trump and Kim have traded barbs.

He didn't elaborate on what "the last" might be, but North Korea has launched ballistic missiles that have the potential to strike the USA mainland, and it recently conducted its largest-ever underground nuclear explosion.