War of Words: North Korea vs. Donald Trump

War of Words: North Korea vs. Donald TrumpPresident Donald Trump's recent invocation of "fire and fury" in response to North Korea's nuclear weapons program had a familiar ring to it. It's the kind of dramatic rhetoric that North Korea regularly uses in its public statements.


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