Trump sarcastically responds to Kim Jong Un insults

Trump sarcastically responds to Kim Jong Un insults

Trump is overseas on a 12-day Asia-Pacific trip during which he has been meeting with regional leaders with a heavy emphasis on curbing North Korea's nuclear and missile programs.

"Reckless remarks by an old lunatic like Trump will never scare us or stop our advance", said the ministry.

As Trump has made his way through South Korea, Japan and China this week - touting the strength of the USA alliance and commanding North Korea to "not try us" - the regime has remained quiet.

Speaking later in Vietnam's capital, Hanoi, Trump said "it would be very, very nice" if he and Kim became friends.

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US President Donald Trump "begged for a nuclear war on the Korean peninsula" during his first trip to Asia, North Korea's KCNA state news agency quoted the country's foreign ministry spokesman as saying. As North Korea has been an important focal point for this trip, the rogue regime has been spewing vitriol on the regular. What to do with all of these missile tests?

On Aug. 8, Trump threatened the regime with "fire and fury like the world has never seen", leading Kim to say he would consider sending missiles into the waters off the coast of Guam in "mid-August".

Shortly after that speech, North Korean officials told CNN, "We don't care about what that mad dog may utter", referring to Trump.

Town told ABC News that if Pyongyang conducted a test during or following Trump's trip, it would likely be with a Hwasong-14, what the USA refers to as the KN-20 - a two-stage intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM).

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That makes sense, but when world leaders such as former businessman Donald Trump and dictator Kim Jong-un are throwing school yard insults at each other, it's hard not to stick your nose in.

The morning tweetstorm came as Trump prepared for bilateral meetings with Vietnamese leaders, including a scheduled news conference where he could face more questions about the topics he addressed on Twitter.

Trump is in Vietnam as part of a almost two-week tour of Asia, and North Korea's nuclear weapons program has been a major talking point with his Japanese, South Korean and Chinese counterparts.

Trump hasn't always been a rhetorical foe of Kim.

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