Facts About North Korean Dictator Kim Jong Un


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".

"North Korea is a serious thing", Ellison, D-Minn., told attendees at the NetrootsNation conference during a question-and-answer session.

Given the fact that all that stands in the way of North Korea conducting such a missile test is final approval from Kim, let's look at facts that most people may not know about the secretive world leader. "Well, he's acting more responsible than this guy". "So if you don't want to get caught, deer-in-the-headlights, start calling for diplomacy in North Korea immediately". "It's tailor-made for somebody to misuse".

"I'd say [Trump's] being incredibly irresponsible and he's putting us in a situation where you could have an accidental launch".

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Savage, the author of the best-selling "Trump's War: His Battle for America", noted Kim's threats are more than just talk, "he's actually been firing missiles".

Kim Jong Un thinks "the nuclear weapons will prevent US from getting involved", Sun said.

Reuters reported early Saturday that the state-run outlet, Korea Central News Agency (KCNA), said 3.5 million workers, party members and soldiers have already volunteered for the army and directly linked that to the war of words with the United States and the President Donald Trump's warning of "fire and fury".

The Republican National Committee's rapid-response director, Michael Ahrens, sent video of Ellison's remarks to reporters, calling it "insane", according to The Washington Post.