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Kim Jong-un says Donald Trump
is a "loser"
by Nathan'ette Burdine: January 16, 2018
 


North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has figured out the best way to mess with Donald Trump is to crack on him.

Kim Jong-un issued an official statement saying that Donald Trump has “the Spasm of a lunatic” and he is “a loser who is in desperate mental state.”

The problem that Kim Jong-un has is his timing of his cracks on Trump. The rule of thumb is when a person cracks on you, you immediately crack back on him.

You don’t wait a day or almost two weeks later to come back at him. For some reason, Kim Jong-un did just that.

He waited almost two weeks to come back at Trump after Trump cracked on him about his failed nuclear test.

Trump, who Kim Jong-un calls a dotard, tweeted that his nuclear button is bigger and it works.



Trump is right that our nuclear button works. However, the red button on the president’s desk is really for ordering those cheeseburgers Trump loves so much.

The “nuclear football” (president’s briefcase) is where all of the documents are for the president to sign in order to launch a nuclear missile towards our target.

The only thing that I can figure out about Kim Jong-un’s week and half late response to Trump is that Kim Jong-un is using it as a political tactic to get more concessions from South Korea, which is hosting the 2018 Winter Olympics.

The Winter Olympics is being held in Pyeongchang, South Korea and will begin February 9, 2018.

The two countries have already met and South Korea President Moon Jae-in said he is willing to allow more North Koreans to participate in the games if it stops North Korea from firing those missiles they love to fire during special events like the U.S., South Korea military exercises.

Michelle Kosinski, CNN’s senior diplomatic correspondent, told Wolf Blitzer that Japan Foreign Minister Tara Kono warned the U.S. and South Korea to not be fool by North Korea’s olive branch.

Kosinski said Kono caution the U.S. and South Korea that North Korea is “just buying time” and if Kim Jong-un doesn’t get what he wants then he will throw a temper tantrum and “blame other people for it.”




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