Foreign Minister of North Korea said that US President Donald Trump declared the war to his country by tweeting the weekend that North Korea “won’t be around much longer.”
“Trump said that our leadership wouldn’t be around much longer and declared war on our country,” Ri said, according to an official interpretation of his comments to correspondents in New York.
“Since the United States declared war on our nation, we will all have the privilege of influencing all self-warning measures, including the privilege of overthrowing essential American aircraft even if they do, are not yet the aviation band of our country, “Ri said. A White House spokesman said Monday that Trump did not respond to the comments.
The war of words between the two countries saw new bumps on Saturday, a day when the US military, in a power show, flying planes in the world’s airspace on the waters east of North Korea.
Speaking at the UN on Saturday, Ri said Trump had influenced a rocket to incite US territory to inflict North Korea pride inevitably.
“None, but Trump is on a suicide mission,” Ri stated in a speech at the UN General Assembly. “If the US lives are harmed as a result of this suicide attack, Trump will be responsible.”
Trump went to Twitter on Saturday night to react to Ri’s comments.
“He just listened to the North Korean foreign minister speak at the UN, and if he echoes Little Rocket Man’s thoughts, they will not associate with more time” Trump said.