‘Get ready for WAR’ North Korea accuse ‘Lunatic cockroach Trump’ of declaring start of WW3
NORTH Korea has accused Donald Trump of declaring war on the hermit kingdom after the US President berated Kim Jong-un’s authoritarian dictatorship.
Mr Trump refused to hold back from threatening the despot during his tour of several Asian nations despite being within firing range of Kim’s deadly missiles.
He even branded the tyrant “short and fat” in a personal attack on Pyongyang’s supreme leader despite the ever-growing fear World War 3 may break out on the peninsula.
Now North Korea has claimed it considers the President’s words a declaration of war after depicting Kim as a “tyrant” and a “brutal dictator”.
In a tirade published through state propaganda mouthpiece Rodong Sinmun, the hermit kingdom took aim at a speech Trump made to his South Korean allies.
The statement said: “Trump astounded the international community by ridiculously distorting and manipulating the reality of our Republic and ripping out all kinds of curse against us for whopping 22 minutes in his 35-minute speech at the puppet National Assembly in Seoul.”
Describing the US President as a “cockroach” and “bacteria”, the rag added: “We deem Trump’s slanders as a declaration of war to overthrow our regime.”
The furious response to Trump’s campaign to stop the North Korean tyrant was titled ‘We Punish Crimes Committed by Lunatic President’.
It follows a chilling threat to the US President from the DPRK, who warned Mr Trump he could be “sentenced to death”.
The depraved regime branded the firebrand Republican a “hideous criminal” after he insulted North Korea’s crackpot despot Kim Jong-un during his five-nation Asia tour.
Pyongyang’s mouthpiece, Rodong Sinmun, said: “The worst crime for which he can never be pardoned is that he dared to malignantly hurt the dignity of the supreme leadership.
“He should know that he is just a hideous criminal sentenced to death by the Korean people.”
Rodong Sinmun, newspaper of the North Korea’s Workers Party, also poked fun at President Trump who failed to visit the heavily fortified demilitarised zone (DMZ).
Helicopters carrying the US President and an entourage of staff, media, and security forces were forced to turn back just minutes from the DMZ because of fog and mist, thwarting a plan that had been in the works since before the president left on his trip through Asia.
But the media puppet said: “It wasn’t the weather. He was just too scared to face the glaring eyes of our troops.”