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Published: Mon, November 13, 2017
Global Media | By Abel Hampton

President Trump Strikes Back at 'Short and Fat' Kim Jong Un

President Trump Strikes Back at 'Short and Fat' Kim Jong Un

Trump has been working to rally global pressure against North Korea's nuclear weapons program on the trip to Asia.

Trump was responding to North Korea calling his South Korea speech days earlier: "reckless remarks by an old lunatic".

Jouas, formerly deputy commander of US Forces Korea, said the near 30,000-strong US forces stationed in the neighboring South would struggle to counter the North Korean Army, which the country claims nearly 5 million people have volunteered for.

In a stunning admission, Lt Gen Jouas said the United States could face problems in getting reinforcements or new supplies to the Korean Peninsula, adding troops "may well find their bases subject to attack by conventional or chemical weapons, which will further delay their entry into the war".

President Donald Trump fired back at North Korean leader Kim Jong Un on Twitter Sunday by sarcastically saying that he would never call him "short and fat" after the dictator said that Trump was an "old" person.

In this undated photo distributed on September 16, 2017, by the North Korean government, leader Kim Jong Un, center, celebrates what was said to be the test launch of an intermediate range Hwasong-12 missile at an undisclosed location in North Korea. "Do not try us". This isn't the first time North Korea have employed the 14th century term to insult Trump, with "dotard" sprinkled across a statement in September which ended: "I will surely and definitely tame the mentally deranged U.S. dotard with fire".

The Asian giant is keeping the economically unstable nation financially afloat, and Trump has claimed China "can fix this problem easily - and quickly" by using its influence over the hermit state. The weapons you're acquiring are not making you safer, they are putting your regime in grave danger.

Trump followed up his freaky tweet by telling reporters that it would be a "good thing" for him and dictator to become friends.

Trump has traded insults and threats with Kim in the past amid escalating tensions over Pyongyang's nuclear and missile programs.

The morning tweetstorm came as Trump prepared for bilateral meetings with Vietnamese leaders, including a scheduled news conference where he could face more questions about the topics he addressed on Twitter. "I think we have to give it a couple of months, a few months, and then see what adjustments we might need to make".

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