‘Load of nonsense’: North Korea mocks Trump’s nuke threat and doubles down on Guam strike
North Korea on Wednesday once again defied Donald Trump’s threat of “fire and fury,” issuing a statement saying it is “seriously examining” a plan for an “enveloping strike at Guam” that will hit the waters 30 to 40 km away from the U.S. territory, KCNA reports.
— Aldin 🇧🇦 (@aldin_ww) August 9, 2017
The statement also called Trump’s threat a “load of nonsense” and insisted “only absolute force” can work on the United States.
“Such a guy bereft of reason and only absolute force can work on him,” the statement reads.
PYONGYANG, North Korea (AP) — North Korea's military calls Trump's threat a 'load of nonsense,' says 'only absolute force' can work on Trump
— Josh Lederman (@joshledermanAP) August 9, 2017
BREAKING: North Korea says it will complete plan to attack waters near Guam by mid-August then wait for commander in chief's order.
— The Associated Press (@AP) August 9, 2017