Trump Reignites Name Calling War With North Korean Leader

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Published on December 5, 2019 - Duration: 00:41s

Trump Reignites Name Calling War With North Korean Leader

A senior member of the North Korean government has again described Trump as a "dotard".

This was after Trump revived the war words with Kim Jong Un by calling him "Rocket Man." US President Donald Trump at the NATO summit "He really likes sending rockets up, doesn't he?

That's why I call him Rocket Man." Trump later added that he and Kim have "a good relationship" according to CNN.

The statement on Thursday is the latest in a series of increasingly dire warnings by North Korea.

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