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4 Secrets pushed the North Korean leader to reprimand Trump

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Post by rocky Sat 23 Sep 2017, 4:06 am

4 Secrets pushed the North Korean leader to reprimand Trump




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"An annoying old man who will pay the price of his insults is high," was the attack by North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, who was described by US President Donald Trump.
The North Korean leader's rebuke came after public criticism of Trump's speech at the United Nations General Assembly, calling him a "rocket man" and promising to destroy North Korea completely.
The Associated Press published a report revealing four secrets that prompted Kim Jong-un to rebuke Trump.
1. Breaking the wall
Washington and Pyongyang have always been building a separate wall between them, so that statements or statements on the scope of diplomacy do not come out so that their relations do not develop into a full-scale war.
But Trump's speech broke that wall, threatening to ignite it in an unprecedented way.
2. Good opportunity
South Korea's Yonhap news agency said that Trump's speech would be an opportunity for Pyongyang to conduct tests on more powerful weapons, as it opened the door to more sharp and hostile statements.
3. Old propaganda
The US agency noted that the description used by Kim Jong-un was one of the typical words of advertising professionals in previous years, especially as it shows the most prominent defects in your opponent, which makes you step on it step by step.
4. Potential happiness:
Trump's threats and fiery speech triggered a "latent happiness" with Kim Jong-un, for he gave him a strong case in his quest for nuclear missiles.


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