TRUMP & KIM JONG UN WAR OF WORDS FIRES BACK UP AS TRUMP THREATENS MILITARY ACTION

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North Korea has threatened to renew its insults of Donald Trump and consider him a “dotard” if he keeps having digs against Kim Jong Un.

The country’s foreign ministry announced the warning days after the US president spoke out about  possible military strikes and revived his “rocket man” nickname for the North Korean ruler.

Choe Son Hui, Pyongyang’s first ever vice foreign minister, said Mr Trump’s remarks “prompted the waves of hatred of our people against the US” because they showed “no courtesy when referring to the supreme leadership of dignity” of North Korea.

She said North Korea will respond with its own harsh language if Mr Trump again uses similar phrases and shows that he is intentionally provoking North Korea.

“If any language and expressions stoking the atmosphere of confrontation are used once again… that must really be diagnosed as the relapse of the dotage of a dotard,” Ms Choe said.

North Korea initially called Mr Trump a “dotard” in 2017

During his visit to London this week, Mr Trump said his relationship with Mr Kim was “really good” but called for him to follow up on a commitment to get rid of nuclear arms.

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