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North Korea KIM to Trump and calls on US to ‘withdraw’ its nuke threat

Tuesday, November 22, 2016 15:30
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North Korea KIM to Trump and calls on US to ‘withdraw’ its nuke threat

 

KIM’S NUKE WAR FEARS North Korea pens nine-page letter to Donald Trump demanding ‘hostile nuclear threats’ must stop The rogue state claims it lives in constant fear of a US nuke atttack. CHEEKY North Korea has sent a nine-page letter to the US demanding it stops the ‘hostile nuclear threats’ towards the rogue state and its despotic leader. The missive sets out what it now expects from American and is being seen by many in Washington as a direct message to new President-elect Donald Trump. Kim Jong-un’s government accuses the US of constant hostility. North Korea says the Obama administration tried to scare it with nuclear threats North Korea has kept pretty silent about Mr Trump’s shock victory in the November 8 election but it has now laid out what it wants of the incoming US administration. The statement, carried by the official Korea Central News Agency, claims Barack Obama’s administration went out of it’s way to “overthrow” Kim Jong-un and his country. It also accused Mr Obama of “constantly heaping malicious slander and criticism on the DPRK” and said his government pursued an “aggressive and heinous ‘strategic suffocation’ policy”

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