North Korea Compares Trump’s Rhetoric to “Dog’s Bark”

Kim Jong-UN with his aides Photo: KCNA
Kim Jong-UN with his aides Photo: KCNA

The North Korean Foreign Minister Ri Yong-ho has compared the rhetoric of the U.S. President Donald Trump as “dog’s bark”.

He rejected any possibility of stopping DPRK’s pursuit of nuclear weapons. He said that Pyongyang wouldn’t be deterred by the rhetoric of President Trump.

He tried to ridicule the U.S. of having a ‘dog dream.’ During entering the hotel in New York, the North Koran FM said, “There is a saying that marching goes on even when dogs bark. If they are trying to shock us with the sound of a dog’s bark they are clearly having a dog dream.”

In his first address to the UN General Assembly, the U.S. President Donald Trump described the DPRK leader Kim Jong-Un as “Rocket Man”.

When the Press asked him his comment over Trump’s ‘rocket man’ remark, Ri said, “I feel sorry for his (Donald Trump) aides.”

President Trump has addressed North Korea’s Kim as a “Rocket Man”. He said, “Rocket Man is on a suicide mission for himself and his regime.” He added, “The United States is ready, willing and able (for a military strike), but hopefully this will not be necessary.”

President Trump said, “The United States has great strength and patience, but if it is forced to defend itself or its allies, we will have no choice but to totally destroy North Korea.”

The Japanese Prime Minister Abe also expressed his disappointment in dialogue with the North Korean regime. He said that dialogue would not change anything.

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