Kim Jong-un Takes a Jab at Trump’s Golfing Habits

Kim Jong-un Takes a Jab at Trump’s Golfing Habits

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North Korean officials noticed that President Trump made his nuclear threats in-between rounds of golf, calling the U.S. president’s latest outburst a “load of nonsense.” The North Koreans said that they couldn’t have a “sound dialogue with a guy bereft of reason.”

Tensions Escalating

The tensions between North Korea and the U.S.A. have escalated to nuclear level this week, and neither of the two countries’ leadership seems proficient in diplomacy. While Trump threatens the rogue state with “fire and fury” and brags on Twitter about his nuclear arsenal, Kim Jong-un threatens to strike Guam.

Surprisingly, despite the tensions, Trump is still on vacation and golfing. The North Korean leader, whom Trump once described as a “pretty smart cookie,” recently trolled Trump for golfing again.

Kim Jong-Un underlined that Trump made the threats while he was on the links. The North Korean leader added that probably Trump hasn’t understood the gravity of the situation. Jong-Un reportedly said:

Sound dialogue is not possible with such a guy bereft of reason and only absolute force can work with him,”

Ironically, even North Korea’s unstable leader can recognize that the U.S. leader is maybe even more unstable than he is.

Trump’s Out Golfing

Despite the rising tensions, Trump continues to golf. On Tuesday, he threatened Pyongyang with a nuclear war if they continued to threaten the United States. The remarks came after the isolationist regime announced that it had developed a miniaturized nuclear warhead that could be attached to a missile.

Trump made the threats without consulting his generals first, and his words irked North Korea, who in return, threatened to launch a preemptive strike on Guam, a heavily populated U.S. territory in the Pacific. The island hosts nearly 6,000 U.S. troops.
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