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N. Korea blasts Trump's 'warmonger' Asia tour

13 November 2017

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In a statement lashing out at Trump on Saturday, North Korea also referred to him as a "dotard", a word meaning a very old person, and one the reclusive nation has used on him in the past.

SEOUL-The leaders of South Korea and China on Saturday agreed on the need to manage the security situation on the Korean peninsula in a stable way and to resolve North Korea-related tensions peacefully after a summit meeting, the South's presidential office said.

North Korean officials described Trump's trip as "nothing but a business trip by a warmonger to enrich the monopolies of the United States defense industry". Trump has previously derided North Korean leader Kim Jong Un as "rocket man".

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The US militaries biggest worry is that North Korea might conduct an atmospheric nuclear test after the regime has followed through on all of their threats to date.

A spokesman for North Korea's foreign ministry published a lengthy and incendiary commentary, condemning Trump for a "warmonger's visit" with the goal of ending the nation's effort to create a "self-defensive" nuclear weapons program.

Tensions over the North's weapons programme have surged in recent months, as Pyongyang carried out a sixth nuclear test - by far its largest to date - and test fired dozens of missiles, some capable of reaching the United States mainland. USS Theodore Roosevelt then will head to the Persian Gulf.

During his trip to Asia, Trump attempted a symbolic stare-down of Kim this week at the heavily fortified border that separates North and South Korea. But heavy fog forced the cancellation of Trump's plans, and he was forced to turn back.

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The US warships will carry out air defence drills, sea surveillance, defensive air combat training and other training operations, the US Navy said.

This is the first time three carrier strike groups will operate together since 2007 during an exercise off the coast of Guam, according to the Navy.

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Meanwhile, Lieutenant General Jan-Marc Jouas warned in a leaked letter to members of Congress that United States troops are vastly outnumbered and undersupplied if World War 3 breaks out. Trump has vowed to "totally destroy" the country if overly provoked.

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N. Korea blasts Trump's 'warmonger' Asia tour