Korea's Kim says will make 'deranged' Trump pay dearly for United Nations speech

Andrew Cummings
September 24, 2017

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The US president's move to punish foreign companies that deal with the North was the latest salvo in a US-led campaign to isolate and impoverish Kim's government until his country halts its missile and nuclear tests.

"Whatever Trump might have expected, he will face results beyond his expectation".

South Korea calls North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's direct rebuke of President Donald Trump a "reckless provocation" that would deepen his country's global isolation and lead to its demise.

"This mission is a demonstration of United States resolve and a clear message that the President has many military options to defeat any threat", Pentagon spokeswoman Dana White said, calling North Korea's weapons program "a grave threat".


Kim urged the president to "exercise prudence in selecting words" after Trump on Tuesday issued a harsh warning to Pyongyang.

"Through such a prolonged and arduous struggle, now we are finally only a few steps away from the final gate of completion of the state nuclear force", Mr Ri said.

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The statement followed an announcement on Thursday evening by the US President that revealed he had issued a new executive order that would expand US sanctions on North Korea.

This post was syndicated from SIGNAL. South Korea's government said it was the first such direct address to the world by any North Korean leader.


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Kim responded in a statement Thursday saying Trump will "pay dearly" for his address to the United Nations and that North Korea is considering the strongest possible response to what he called the USA president's provocation.

On Thursday, the supreme leader of the DPRK Kim Jong-un warned that he will make President Donald Trump "pay dearly" for his words of ruining his country at the #United Nations General Assembly, ABC News reported.

"Foreign financial institutions must choose between doing business with the United States or facilitating trade with North Korea or its designated supporters", a statement released by the White House said.

"It would be a dog's dream if he meant to scare us with the sound of a dog barking", the foreign minister said Wednesday.


They said Trump's harsh remarks are tantamount to "the most ferocious declaration of war" against the North, and has prompted the entire population to prepare to carry out "the toughest counteraction unprecedented in history". He also described the president as "a rogue and a gangster fond of playing with fire".

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