Trump has promised to deal with Kim Jong-UN

Kim Jong-UN

The US President Donald trump has promised that, unlike his predecessors bill Clinton, George Bush and Barack Obama, “cope” with the North Korean leader Kim Jong-UN. He said this in his microblog on Twitter.

“Good treatment of Man-rocket for 25 years, why should it work now? Clinton failed, Bush failed, Obama failed. My failure will not,” said trump.

Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump)
01 October 2017, 19:01

On the background of the ongoing DPRK nuclear and missile tests, causing international condemnation and tougher sanctions, escalated the confrontation between Pyongyang and Washington, as expressed in particular in the mutual insults between the two leaders.

On 8 August, North Korea threatened to go on “physical actions” in response to the adoption by the UN security Council against new sanctions. After that, the Pentagon chief James Mattis threatened North Korea “with the death of the regime and the destruction of the people”.

Later trump, speaking to supporters in Alabama, said that will deal with North Korean leader Kim Jong-UN, whom he contemptuously called “little missile”. Prior to this in his microblog, he gave him the nickname Rocket Man, that is “rocket man”.

Kim Jong-UN became leader of North Korea nearly six years ago, in late 2011 after the death of his father Kim Jong-Il, who headed the Republic for 17 years.