A North Korean newspaper has declared the death sentence for president Donald Trump after his tirade against the nation’s leader, Kim Jong-Un. Rodong Sinmun is an influential newspaper in North Korea, sometimes acting as a microphone for Kim Jong-Un’s agenda. It’s the official newspaper of North Korea’s ruling Worker’s Party, with the publication also being aired by state news agency KCNA. The paper asserts that President Trump is a “criminal,” noting that North Korea’s citizens have sentenced him to death due to Trump’s disrespect of the country and its supreme leader.
The newspaper declared that President Trump has committed “the worst crime for which he can never be pardoned.” “He should know that he is just a hideous criminal sentenced to death by the Korean people,” the newspaper stated. It also noted that the president did not complete a planned visit to the demilitarized zone between North and South Korea. The reason was due to weather, but the newspaper said that the reason Trump did not visit wasn’t due to the weather, but that “he was just too scared to face the glaring eyes of our troops.”
Trump’s Administration And Their Relationship With North Korea
The relationship between Trump and the North Korea has always been stifled with controversy. In a recent address to South Korea’s parliament, Trump criticized North Korea and its leader, calling the North Korean regime a “dark fantasy.”
Both nations have also flexed their artillery and the power of their prospective nuclear weapons. North Korea has previously boasted of its capacity to strike the United States with intercontinental missiles – or ICBM – if the United States does not yields its aggression.
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