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FOX news: North Korea warns of 'abyss of doom' if 'lunatic' Trump remains president

FOX news: North Korea warns of 'abyss of doom' if 'lunatic' Trump remains president

8 November 2017 | 18:56 | FOCUS News Agency
Washington. The United States will continue to stare into the “abyss of doom” until “lunatic old” President Trump is removed from office, according to a North Korean missive Wednesday, released just hours after Trump warned the rogue regime not to "try" America, FOX news reports

The Hermit Kingdom demanded the U.S. “withdraw the hostile policy toward” Kim Jong Un’s dictatorship and said a “decisive choice” needed to be made, the state-run Korean Central News Agency said Wednesday.

"The U.S. must oust the lunatic old man from power and withdraw the hostile policy towards [North Korea] at once in order to get rid of the abyss of doom,” the statement read. “The U.S. had better make a decisive choice…if it does not want a horrible nuclear disaster and tragic doom.”

Kim’s warning about the impending “abyss of doom” heading toward the U.S. — and every country joining in America's aim to dismantle Pyongyang's nuclear program — comes after Trump issued a stark warning to Kim Jong Un during a speech in South Korea during Trump's five-country Asia tour.
"Do not underestimate us. And do not try us,” Trump said, directly addressing North Korea as Trump stood in a room full of South Korean lawmakers. "The weapons you are acquiring are not making you safer, they are putting your regime in grave danger.”

He added: "The world cannot tolerate the menace of a rogue regime that threatens with nuclear devastation.”

Trump painted North Korea as a bleak country where citizens bribe government officials in order to leave the country, and poverty and desperation thrive instead of prosperity.

"North Korea is not the paradise your grandfather envisioned. It is a hell that no person deserves," Trump said.

The message came hours after Trump attempted to make a surprise visit to the Demilitarized Zone, the border separating North and South Korea, with South Korean President Moon Jae-in. But heavy fog prevented Trump’s helicopter from safely landing in the area.

White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said the president was disappointed he couldn't make the trip. "I think he's pretty frustrated," she told reporters. "It was obviously something he wanted to do."

Trump headed to China on Wednesday for a two-day visit — most likely to be, again, dominated by talks about the growing nuclear crisis in the Korean peninsula. A day before he arrived in Beijing, Chinese officials ordered tour operators to halt trips to North Korean capital Pyongyang, sources told Reuters.

“It was very unexpected, we had no idea this was going to happen until we received the notification [Tuesday],” a Chinese tour operator told Reuters. “This is devastating news for us.”
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AFP: Xi expects 'positive and important' results during Trump visit

AFP: Xi expects 'positive and important' results during Trump visit

8 November 2017 | 14:03 | FOCUS News Agency
Beijing. Chinese President Xi Jinping said Wednesday that US President Donald Trump's first state visit to Beijing is expected to yield "positive and important" results, Xinhua state news agency said, AFP reported.
Xi made the remarks as he gave Trump a tour of the Forbidden City on the first day of the US leader's visit, Xinhua said in a brief report without providing more details.
The two leaders will discuss China's huge trade surplus with the United States and the North Korean nuclear crisis during meetings on Thursday.
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Reuters: Trump warns 'rogue regime' North Korea of grave danger

Reuters: Trump warns 'rogue regime' North Korea of grave danger

8 November 2017 | 10:59 | FOCUS News Agency
Beijning. U.S. President Donald Trump arrived in China on Wednesday after giving North Korean leader Kim Jong Un a stark warning, telling him that the nuclear weapons he is developing “are not making you safer, they are putting your regime in grave danger”, Reuters reported.
Trump used some of his toughest language yet against North Korea in a wide-ranging address in Seoul that lodged specific accusations of chilling human rights abuses against Pyongyang. He called on countries around the world to isolate Pyongyang by denying it “any form of support, supply or acceptance.”
“Do not underestimate us and do not try us,” Trump told North Korea as he wrapped up a visit to South Korea with a speech to the National Assembly before heading to Beijing, where he was making his first official visit.
Trump painted a dystopian picture of the reclusive North, saying people were suffering in “gulags” and some bribed government officials to work as “slaves” overseas rather than live under the government at home. He offered no evidence to support those accusations.
Trump’s return to harsh, uncompromising language against North Korea came a day after he appeared to dial back the bellicose rhetoric that had fueled fears across east Asia of the risk of military conflict. On Tuesday, Trump had even offered a diplomatic opening to Pyongyang to “make a deal.”
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Trump Warns North Korea: Do Not 'Try Us'

Trump Warns North Korea: Do Not 'Try Us'

8 November 2017 | 08:58 | FOCUS News Agency
Washington. In a speech to South Korea’s National Assembly, U.S. President Donald Trump has sent a message north of the border, calling on leader Kim Jong Un in Pyongyang to give up all his nuclear weapons for a chance to step on to “a better path”, Voice of America reported.
Trump on Wednesday also warned, “Do not underestimate us and do not try us. We will defend our common security, our shared prosperity and our sacred liberty.”
His words were underscored by the presence of three U.S. aircraft carrier strike groups and nuclear submarines, which the president said “are appropriately positioned” near the peninsula.
The U.S president referred to North Korea as a failure, a “twisted regime” ruled by a cult and a tyrant who enslaves his people – a characterization certain to provoke a harsh rhetorical reply from Pyongyang, which has repeatedly accused the United States of preparing to attack and refers to Trump as a deplorable crazed man.
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AFP: Trump lands in China for talks on trade, North Korea

AFP: Trump lands in China for talks on trade, North Korea

8 November 2017 | 08:57 | FOCUS News Agency
Beijing. US President Donald Trump arrived in Beijing on Wednesday for a state visit focused on trade and the North Korean nuclear crisis, AFP reported.
Air Force One touched down at the capital's international airport, with Chinese President Xi Jinping having prepared an extravagant "state visit-plus" for Trump, who is on the third leg of an Asian tour that has taken him to Japan and South Korea.

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