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North Korea's Kim 'acting very, very badly'- Trump

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North Korean leader Kim Jong Un watched the ground jet test of a Korean-style high-thrust engine newly developed by the Academy of the National Defence Science in this undated picture provided by KCNA in Pyongyang on March 19, 2017. KCNA/via Reuters

 

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump on Sunday criticized North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, saying he was "acting very, very badly."

 

Trump made the comments to reporters while departing his Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida, where he spent the weekend. Trump said administration officials had meetings during the weekend about North Korea, among other issues.

 

(Reporting By Roberta Rampton; Editing by Sandra Maler)

 
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"Acting very, very badly?" Is that it?

The man is a tyrannical, murdering despot. It is the worst country on the planet for human rights abuses, and he is only acting badly?

Was Vlad the impaler then just a very naughty boy?

 

 

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Trump and Kim wouldn't make a full shilling. 

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finally a country worth invading and sorting out and the yanks sit on their hands. get in there yanky doodle and sort it out then integrate it into south korea. then you can go back to destabilizing the middle east.

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Trump not doing so well himself... he might find that out if aides allow him to watch something other than Fox News.

Kettles and pots

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Hopefully Trump will give the order, and drop the bomb on the place, and ask questions later.

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He needs to lay off the Mars Bars for a while.

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I could live bigly comfortable if I received $10 for each time DT said "very".

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I really get aggressive, when I hear this man-baby talk!

"...acting very very badly...?!

Seriously?

Get a coach, who teaches you how to speak like a grown up, !

He is a baby look at the name of Trump Tower. It's like he saying that's mine, my Tower my Tower. And ratting his Rattle at the same time.

 

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Trump himself trying to start a diet was not talking about politics but about Kim bad food habit ... :whistling:Pfffff

 

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All I know is the North Korean leader is crazy, and its all going to end in tears.

 

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2 hours ago, the guest said:

Hopefully Trump will give the order, and drop the bomb on the place, and ask questions later.

hopefully he drops it in the right place

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What an idiot. In the longer game do you think China would like to see peace in the region? What will happen do you think... north Korea will absorb the south.......

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China probably want hime out to but won't admit it. America would have gone in years ago but they know that they take a risk with china the last thing they want is American troops in a country they share a border with. South Korea don't want to be unified it will bankrupt them over night.

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I think the US and China should work together, to make this man see sense, if its force don't let the yanks go in alone, they will need the Chinese with them, maybe let the Chinese drop one of their bombs on Fatty chappy Kim. No big regional confrontation that way.

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4 hours ago, williamgeorgeallen said:

finally a country worth invading and sorting out and the yanks sit on their hands. get in there yanky doodle and sort it out then integrate it into south korea. then you can go back to destabilizing the middle east.

Just like that, yes?

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Korean_People's_Army

 

Have a look at this Wikipedia link of the amount of Army, Navy and Air force people actively under arms. Over 1,190,000. Add the number of reserves, 600,000. Add the 5,889,000 para military forces and you have nearly 8,000,000 people opposing you. Add into the equation all of the nuclear, biological  and chemical at their disposal  which I have no doubt will be used. Remember all this is physically in place in N Korea.

 

To mount an invasion every soldier, sailor and airman  has to be supplied with food, water, fuel, ammunition, transport, weapons and many other support functions all of which has to be shipped from around the world to where the action will be. Not only that it will need to be done in secret with carefully chosen allies.

 

How long do you think it will take to build up to an actual invasion? For a timescale  look at the first Iraq war and the allies had many friends in the area.

 

If it gets to the UN  Security Council that the USA will invade N Korea then the Russians and the Chinese will veto the resolution, many countries will condemn it and N Korea  still  has big brother China on its northern border with an even bigger military force. They could send "volunteers" as they did before to say nothing of the control they are taking of the south China sea and what they are doing in the Sea of Japan.

 

Do you still think it is that easy?

 

Much of North and South Korea will become a nuclear, biological  and chemical disaster area and possibly even as far as Japan.

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3 minutes ago, billd766 said:

Just like that, yes?

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Korean_People's_Army

 

Have a look at this Wikipedia link of the amount of Army, Navy and Air force people actively under arms. Over 1,190,000. Add the number of reserves, 600,000. Add the 5,889,000 para military forces and you have nearly 8,000,000 people opposing you. Add into the equation all of the nuclear, biological  and chemical at their disposal  which I have no doubt will be used. Remember all this is physically in place in N Korea.

 

To mount an invasion every soldier, sailor and airman  has to be supplied with food, water, fuel, ammunition, transport, weapons and many other support functions all of which has to be shipped from around the world to where the action will be. Not only that it will need to be done in secret with carefully chosen allies.

 

How long do you think it will take to build up to an actual invasion? For a timescale  look at the first Iraq war and the allies had many friends in the area.

 

If it gets to the UN  Security Council that the USA will invade N Korea then the Russians and the Chinese will veto the resolution, many countries will condemn it and N Korea  still  has big brother China on its northern border with an even bigger military force. They could send "volunteers" as they did before to say nothing of the control they are taking of the south China sea and what they are doing in the Sea of Japan.

 

Do you still think it is that easy?

 

Much of North and South Korea will become a nuclear, biological  and chemical disaster area and possibly even as far as Japan.

Looks like you have all the answers, I leave it to you, 

 

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