North Korea Warns Trump About Sending Nuke “Gift Package”

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Kim Jong Un Threatens President Trump, Again

H.R. McMaster, Trump | Photo Credit Heavy

After the Americans warned Kim Jong Un that he shouldn’t sleep so easy, the North Korean dictator returned the rhetoric with another threat towards President Donald Trump–and Americans as a whole.

The North Korean threat came from their state-run newspaper, which is called the Rodong Sinmu. The threat eventually characterized sending nuclear missiles towards American soil, which they called “gift packages.”

This comes after new tests of intercontinental ballistic missiles that the North Koreans have recently tested.

North Korean State-Run Newspaper Displays Threat

Kim Jong Un | Photo Credit Reuters

The editorial read:

“Every minute and every second, the new reality that US mainland is on the knife’s edge of life and death is forcing US administration to wave a white flag and fundamentally change her North Korea policy.”

“If the US still refuses to accept such a realistic demand and doggedly pursue hostile policy against North Korea in order to save face, she will receive unexpected ‘gift packages’ which we will continue to send.”

McMaster spoke about Kim, adding, “He has the whole world against him, right? He’s isolated on this…”

Kim Jong Un Wants A War

Kim Jong Un | Photo Credit Reuters

The Daily Star writes:

“North Korea’s state media declared the US was sitting on the “knife edge of life and death” as it appeared to threaten nuclear war. The White House led the world in condemning Pyongyang’s unstoppable quest of nuclear weapons, amid fears their new missiles can strike the continental US.”

“Kim is marching the region towards a nuclear conflict despite increased sanctions and calls for calm from old allies Russia and China. North Korea’s latest war rant was published in state-run newspaper Rodong Sinmun – which often carries threats against the US. Pyongyang believes securing nuclear weapons will secure the rule of the regime of the Kim family against Washington and South Korea.”

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