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Friday, March 16, 2018

Trump said the little Rocketman to insult the UN

The President of the United States Donald trump responded to the attack, the foreign Minister of the DPRK, which the UN said about the inevitability of strikes against the US and its chief citizen – “mentally ill man with delusions of grandeur”. Said trump in a manner peculiar to himself – derogatory towards the opponent.

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On the eve of the North Korean ri Yong Ho, Minister at the UN General Assembly declared that the strike North Korea’s missile at the continental U.S. “inevitable.” Trump he called “the mentally insane, full of delusions of grandeur and self-righteousness,” which tries to turn the UN into a “nest of gangsters”.

Respond directly to the diplomat, trump did not consider it necessary – still repeats the policy of the party and its leader, therefore addressed directly to the latter.

“Just heard the speech of the Minister of foreign Affairs of North Korea in the UN. If he echoed the thoughts of the little rocketman, they long time will not last,” wrote trump on Twitter.

The American leader is not the first time calls Kim Jong UN “rocketman” – “man-rocket”, all in connection with the intensification of Pyongyang’s nuclear test taking place in the North of the Korean Peninsula with alarming frequency. Six months ago, trump was followed by other tactics: flatteringly about the North Korean leader, praised and hinted at a willingness to meet in person. The meeting never took place, now, the other side throws insults and threats to start a nuclear war.


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