North Korea sentences Donald Trump to death for being a 'hideous criminal'

North Korea sentences Donald Trump to death for being a 'hideous criminal'

His latest presidential tweet is in response to Kim Jong Un's opinion of Trump's recent speech in South Korea.

But towards the end of his Asian tour, Trump taunted Kim, saying: "Why would Kim Jong-Un insult me by calling me "old, ' when I would NEVER call him 'short and fat"?" Trump tweeted Saturday. "Oh well, I try so hard to be his friend - and maybe someday that will happen!"

"Why would Kim Jong-un insult me by calling me 'old, ' when I would NEVER call him 'short and fat?'" Trump wrote in his tweet, referring to the leader of North Korea's ruling dynasty.

Asserting that Trump "can never be pardoned", the North stressed that the president is "a ugly criminal sentenced to death by the Korean People".

Trump was also called "an old slave of money" - there's that word "old" again - who "will be forced to pay dearly for his blasphemy any moment".

The crimes the US president has committed are profaning the dignity of the North Korean leader, denouncing the North's socialist system, disgracing the people's livelihood and clamping down on the North, the daily claimed.

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His visit came as North Korea refrained from provocative acts following its launch of a missile over Japan on September 15. "I asked him again", Trump told reporters.

"North Korea is not the paradise your grandfather envisioned", he added.

Trump has recently escalated his fiery rhetoric against Pyongyang, though in his Seoul speech he said he wanted to attain "peace through strength". Said he wants them to denuclearize. The first was after Trump's General Assembly speech when he called on "all responsible nations" to "act now to ensure that North Korea's rogue regime stops threatening the world with the unthinkable loss of life".

White House Counselor Kellyanne Conway said the Obama administration had the opportunity to regulate bump-stocks while avoiding a question over whether President Donald Trump would.

She said she was protesting against Mr Trump's attitude to women and his failure to meet with human rights activists in Vietnam. "If it did happen it could be a good thing, I can tell you, for North Korea". Which is, understandably, not great, considering the tense relationship he's already got with North Korean leaders. "But it would also be good for lots of other places, and it would be good for the world".

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