DNC Deputy Chair: Kim Jong-un Is More Responsible Than President Trump

DNC Deputy Chair: Kim Jong-un Is More Responsible Than President Trump

The pictures were released by North Korea's state-run news agency KCNA on Saturday, along with a statement which said: 'The "sanctions resolution" is no more than the last-ditch efforts of those frightened by the might of [North Korea]'.

Workers also carried red banners emblazoned with slogans praising their leaders and the country's strength as President Trump continued to tout military action "if Kim Jong-un utters one overt threat against the US".

While on vacation at his golf resort in Bedminster, New Jersey, Trump on Friday tweeted further heated warnings to North Korea.

North Korea has possessed nuclear weapons for years. The world's first atomic bomb, used on 6 August 1945, killed 140,000 people in Hiroshima, with the bombing of Nagasaki killing 70,000 more just three days later. "The risks of an unintended escalation into full-blown conflict are too great for the whole world".

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This was followed by the call for a "Code of Conduct for the South China Sea", which was given its own acronym, "COC". Even China, the country's only ally, told its neighbor to stop the missile tests.

He added: "We can not play fast and loose with nuclear weapons and nuclear threats because do you know what - a nuclear explosion doesn't stop at national borders, it doesn't stop at the vicinity where the bomb drops".

The Labour leader argued Britain's best course of action would be to push for the stalled six-party talks to be resumed with the objective of establishing a denuclearised Korean Peninsula. "Our government must not drag our country into any military action over the Korea crisis, including joint exercises".

Representative Keith Ellison said North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is "acting more responsible" than President Donald Trump. "So between that and Trump's promise to unleash fire and fury at North Korea, you could be forgiven for your confusion about whether you're listening to the fictional Daenerys Targaryen on "Game of Thrones" or the very real President of the United States". And even that has elicited weird takes from the media, like the Associated Press, who tweeted last night, "If North Korea sent missiles toward Guam or the U.S., could the USA missile defense system shoot them down?"

Thousands of youths, workers and trade union members gathered in the capital Pyongyang and around the country for rallies, saluting pictures of the country's former dictators, Kim Il-sung and Kim Jong-il.

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