Published: Fri, November 17, 2017
Global News | By Stacy Ballard

N.Korean Officials Want to Know If Trump Is 'Crazy'

N.Korean Officials Want to Know If Trump Is 'Crazy'

A North Korean mouthpiece poured forth raw criticism of US President Donald Trump on Wednesday over his recent denunciation of the cruel Kim Jong-un regime and its human right violations, calling it a "declaration of war".

"The worst crime for which he can never be pardoned is that he dared [to] malignantly hurt the dignity of the supreme leadership", the ruling party newspaper Rodong Sinmun wrote.

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"They want to know if he's insane, or if this is just an act", Suzanne DiMaggio, a foreign-policy expert who maintains a dialogue with some North Korean officials told Politico. But the article said that in fact the President "was just too scared to face the glaring eyes of our troops", according to AFP, which first reported the belligerent piece.

Trump was given the opportunity to address the National Assembly in Seoul as part of his state visit to Seoul, the first American president to give a speech to lawmakers since Bill Clinton in 1993.

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An earlier statement from the hermit kingdom's foreign ministry said, "Reckless remarks by a dotard like Trump will never scare us or put a stop to our advance". "On the contrary, all this makes us more sure that our choice to promote economic construction at the same time as building up our nuclear force is all the more righteous, and it pushes us to speed up the effort to complete our nuclear force".

The hiatus comes as China prepares to send a special envoy to North Korea and South Korea co-hosts a United Nations disarmament and nonproliferation conference.

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The senior academic said North Korean officials "follow the news very closely" and read Mr Trump's tweets, which has led Kim's representatives to question his mental state.

In fact, he called his tour of Asia successful in two separate tweets within 24 hours of returning to Washington. "You will see the fruits of our long but successful trip for many years to come!"

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