Trump Intends to Declare North Korea a State Sponsor of Terror

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President Trump announced the designation of North Korea as a state sponsor of terrorism.

"He insulted the state and social system of the DPRK (Democratic People's Republic of Korea) and the life of its people".

"A load of rubbish spouted by the old lunatic Trump during his recent visit to South Korea was a total of all nonsense and paradox so far", North Korea's state-run Minju Joson newspaper said in a commentary on Sunday.

The commentary also said that the US would regret "letting such a depraved and stupid guy occupy the Oval Office".

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National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster had already hinted at the move, prior to Trump's recent visit to Asia citing the assassination of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un's half-brother in Malaysia earlier this year among other offenses.

According to the poll, 25.6 percent said they think Tokyo and Washington should give weight to the use of pressure against North Korea and 28.3 percent said they think so to some extent.

The rogue North Korean regime criticized Trump for "malignantly hurting the dignity of the supreme leadership" and insulting "the state and social system of the DPRK and the life of its people", warning the president to keep his nose out of North Korean affairs. "Trump must clearly understand that his rubbish is leading the USA, to say nothing of himself, to irretrievable road to the hell".

North Korea was last on the US list of state sponsors of terror in 2008, when the country was removed in a bid to salvage a deal to halt its nuclear development.

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