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Wednesday, 3 January 2018

Trump Warns Kim: My Nuclear Button Is 'Much Bigger' Than Yours. US President Boasts About The SiSze Of His Atomic Arsenal And How It Is Vastly 'More Powerful' Than North Korea's In Alarming Tweet

Trump threatens blow up North Korea, Kim Jong-uns warning 
US President Donald Trump sent out a tweet taunting North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Un about the size of his 'nuclear button' on Tuesday night amid heightening nuclear tensions between the two nations. Trump said: 'North Korean Leader Kim Jong-Un just stated that the ''Nuclear Button is on his desk at all times.

'' Will someone from his depleted and food starved regime please inform him that I too have a Nuclear Button, but it is a much bigger & more powerful one than his, and my Button works!' The threat came after an annual speech given by Kim appearing to threaten nuclear war, in which he cautioned: 'The U.S. should know that the button for nuclear weapons is on my table.'

President Trump fired off a warning shot at the hermit nation's leader that he has a 'Nuclear Button' more powerful than Kim's 
Kim also warned America that it can 'never start a war against me and our country' and insisted his nukes are now a reality, not a threat. 

Meanwhile the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, Nikki Haley, warned North Korea on Tuesday against staging another missile test and said Washington would not take any talks between North and South Korea seriously if they did not do something to get Pyongyang to give up its nuclear weapons.

Haley told reporters the United States was hearing reports that North Korea might be preparing to fire another missile.

'I hope that doesn't happen. But if it does, we must bring even tougher measures to bear against the North Korean regime,' Haley said.


South Korea on Tuesday offered talks with North Korea next week, amid a tense standoff over Pyongyang's nuclear and missile programmes, after Kim said in a New Year's Day speech that he was 'open to dialogue' with Seoul.
Kim also said he was open to the possibility of North Korean athletes taking part in Winter Olympics South Korea hosts next month.
At the same time, he stressed that his country would push ahead with 'mass producing' nuclear warheads in defiance of U.N. sanctions and that he had a nuclear button on his desk capable of launching missiles at the United States.
Visitors stand near the military wire fence at the Imjingak Pavilion in Paju, South Korea, Monday, January 1. North Korean leader Kim Jong Un said Monday the United States should be aware that his country's nuclear forces are now a reality, not a threat
Visitors stand near the military wire fence at the Imjingak Pavilion in Paju, South Korea, Monday, January 1. North Korean leader Kim Jong Un said 

Monday the United States should be aware that his country's nuclear forces are now a reality, not a threat

Another U.S. official, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said there were indications that could point towards a potential missile launch 'sooner rather than later,' but cautioned that such signs had been seen in the past and no test had resulted.
U.S. State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert said North Korea might be 'trying to drive a wedge of some sort' between the United States and South Korea and added that while it was up to Seoul to decide who it talked to: 'We are very skeptical of Kim Jong-Un's sincerity in sitting down and having talks.'

Trump, who has led a global drive to pressure North Korea through sanctions to give up development of nuclear-tipped missiles capable of hitting the United States, earlier held back judgment on Pyongyang's offer to talk, saying on Twitter: 'Rocket man now wants to talk to South Korea for first time.

'Perhaps that is good news, perhaps not - we will see!'
Trump has frequently derided Kim as 'rocket man.' The U.S. president said sanctions and other pressures were starting to have a big impact on North Korea.

Kim and Trump have exchanged fiery barbs in the last year and the U.S. president has warned that the United States would have no choice but to 'totally destroy' North Korea if forced to defend itself or its allies.
North Korea regularly threatens to destroy the United States, South Korea and Japan and tested its most powerful intercontinental ballistic missile in November, which it said was capable of delivering a warhead anywhere in the United States.

Via - Dailymail

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