President Trump Threatens the Future Existence of North Korea as Kim Jong Un Continues Political Mockery


This weeks United Nations General Assembly was the equivalent of a verbal tennis match surrounding tension between North Korea and the United States of America.

The past month has shown the world how truly childish the ruler of North Korea is, and if China won’t put him in timeout. We will.

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The asinine behavior of North Korean tyrant, Kim Jong Un, has reached the end of the line as far as President Trump is concerned and during a recent United Nations General Assembly that was his message. If North Korea wants to ‘talk the talk’ then the American military is happy to show them how to ‘walk the walk.’

Via Young Cons:

President Donald Trump continued the war of words with North Korea this morning, saying that if they continued along this road, North Korea might “not be around much longer.”

From Daily Caller:

North Korean Foreign Minister Ri Yong-ho addressed the United Nations General Assembly Saturday afternoon, announcing to the world that a “merciless preemptive strike” on the U.S. is inevitable.

“Trump is on a suicide mission,” the North Korean diplomat said.

The president took to social media to deliver a tough response.

“Just heard Foreign Minister of North Korea speak at U.N. If he echoes thoughts of Little Rocket Man, they won’t be around much longer!”

When Trump spoke at the United Nations General Assembly Tuesday, he warned that the U.S. would “totally destroy” North Korea if it was forced to defend itself or its allies. The president’s speech triggered an unprecedented personal response from North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un, who threatened to “tame the mentally-deranged dotard with fire.”

In all reality, the absence of consequences for the actions of North Korea from ally, China, is the main issue at hand. The liberal rhetoric would have you blaming President Trump and Kim Jong Un for having a ‘mine is bigger than yours battle,’ but on the grand scale North Korea isn’t a threat, China is.

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