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WorldNorth Korea Echoes Donald Trump on Joe Biden: 'An Idiot With a Low IQ'

03:50  22 may  2019
03:50  22 may  2019 Source:   newsweek.com

Trump to visit South Korea amid stalled talks with the North

Trump to visit South Korea amid stalled talks with the North President Donald Trump will visit South Korea next month amid questions about his stalled nuclear talks with Kim Jong Un. The White House said Wednesday Trump would make the stop as part of a trip to Asia to attend the G20 summit in Japan. In South Korea, Trump will meet with his counterpart Moon Jae-in, who has encouraged his talks with Kim in an effort to tamp down tensions on the Korean peninsula. "President Trump and President Moon will continue their close coordination on efforts to achieve the final, fully verified denuclearization of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea," the White House said.

Echoing President Donald Trump 's description of Biden in March as a " low - IQ individual," the article referred to Biden as " an idiot with a low I . Q ." The Korean Central News Agency brought up past controversies regarding Biden , including his multiple allegations of plagiarism that forced him to

President Trump says North Korea ’s recent missile tests are not an issue for him. The president disagreed with his own national security adviser and Japan’s

North Korea Echoes Donald Trump on Joe Biden: 'An Idiot With a Low IQ'© Andrew Lichtenstein/Corbis via Getty Images Former Vice President Joe Biden campaigns for president at a kickoff rally on May 18, in downtown Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. In a dig at President Donald Trump's foreign policy, Biden asked if the U.S. was North Korea has lashed out at former Vice President and Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden, branding him with a laundry list of criticisms ridiculing his record.

The official Korean Central News Agency published a commentary Tuesday castigating Biden, who "dared to blaspheme our dignity in the election campaigns." The outlet dismissed the former Delaware senator as a "snob lacking even the most basic qualities of a human being, much less a politician."

Joe Biden's campaign responds to North Korea insults using Trump's words

Joe Biden's campaign responds to North Korea insults using Trump's words North Korea issued a list of criticisms against former Vice President Joe Biden after he criticized Kim Jong Un on the campaign trail.

Echoing President Donald Trump 's description of Biden in March as a " low - IQ individual," the article referred to Biden as " an idiot with a low I . Q ." The Korean Central News Agency brought up past controversies regarding Biden , including his multiple allegations of plagiarism that forced him to

PYONGYANG – North Korea has labeled Joe Biden a idiot “fool of low IQ ” and an “imbecile bereft of elementary quality as a human being” after the U.S. presidential hopeful called North Korean leader Kim Jong Un a tyrant during a recent speech. Pyongyang’s official Korean Central News Agency on

Echoing President Donald Trump's description of Biden in March as a "low-IQ individual," the article referred to Biden as "an idiot with a low I.Q."

The Korean Central News Agency brought up past controversies regarding Biden, including his multiple allegations of plagiarism that forced him to abandon a previous presidential run in 1988. The outlet also mocked him falling asleep during an April 2011 budget speech by former President Barack Obama.

The article warned North Korea "would never forgive" anyone who insulted the country or its supreme leader Kim Jon Un, with whom Trump has attempted to strike an unprecedented peace deal in exchange for Pyongyang's nuclear weapons.

Trump downplays North Korean missile tests

Trump downplays North Korean missile tests President Donald Trump is downplaying recent North Korean missile tests, tweeting from Tokyo that they're not a concern for him _ even though they are for Japan. Trump says that, "North Korea fired off some small weapons, which disturbed some of my people, and others, but not me." That message appears to contradict Trump's national security adviser, John Bolton, who told reporters Saturday the short-range missile tests are a violation of U.N. Security Council resolutions. Trump says "he has confidence" North Korean leader Kim Jong Un "will keep his promise to me." He's also embracing Kim's attack on a Democratic rival, former Vice President Joe Biden.

Sarah Sanders told Meet the Press the president’s point of view was not guided by the North Korean leader.

WASHINGTON – Former Vice President Joe Biden waited until President Donald Trump was back on the East Coast before letting loose at a weekend's worth of Days later, North Korean state media described Biden as a “fool of low IQ ” and an “imbecile bereft of elementary quality as a human being.”

While the Korean Central News Agency did not explicitly reference what it was that Biden said to incur the wrath of North Korea, the 2020 hopeful did criticize Trump's strategy toward Kim and Russian President Vladimir Putin at a campaign launch Saturday. Addressing a crowd of supporters in Philadelphia, Biden asked, "Are we a nation that embraces dictators and tyrants like Putin and Kim Jong Un?"

While both Trump and Kim have remained hopeful that a deal would eventually be reached between their respective nations, who technically remain at war since the 1950s conflict that pitted them against one another, diplomatic efforts have slowed since their February summit in the Vietnamese capital of Hanoi. The talks, a sequel to the first-ever U.S.-North Korea summit in Singapore last June, ended early when Trump walked away.

The Republican leader claimed the North Korean side overstepped by wanting all sanctions lifted, an account disputed by Pyongyang's team, which argued that it only sought partial relief and that the discussions were derailed when hawkish White House national adviser John Bolton showed up.

Trump 'personally thinks lots of good things will come from North Korea'

Trump 'personally thinks lots of good things will come from North Korea' President Trump on Monday morning said he "personally thinks lots of good things will come from North Korea" following a meeting with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. require(["medianetNativeAdOnArticle"], function (medianetNativeAdOnArticle) { medianetNativeAdOnArticle.getMedianetNativeAds(true); }); "I personally think lots of good things will come with North Korea. I may be right. I may be wrong," Trump told reporters after he and Abe spoke for about 17 minutes with translators in Tokyo. "There's good respect built between the U.S. and North Korea. We'll see what happens.

The country’s state news agency said the idea that Biden was leading the presidential race was “enough to make a cat laugh.” Maybe Kim Jong Un has been spending a little bit too much time with Donald Trump . The Hermit Kingdom’s official state-news agency has released a statement on Joe

Continuing on, the North Korean propaganda outlet said that the former vice president was " an idiot with a low I . Q ," which echoed similar criticism lobbed by Trump in March when he referred to his political rival as a " low - IQ individual." The criticism from North Korea came after Biden criticized

In a rare sign of praise for his political rival, Biden said during a March speech at the University of Nebraska that "the president did the right thing by walking away"—though he argued Trump may have been unprepared as he "treats everything like it's a real estate deal."

On Sunday, Trump expanded on his account of why the Hanoi talks fell apart, telling Fox News that Kim "wanted to get rid of one or two sites" related to North Korea's nuclear program, while Trump sought the dismantling of all five.

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Trump and Biden Campaign Trade Jabs Over North Korea’s Remarks.
President Trump sided again on Tuesday with the North Korean leader Kim Jong-un in mocking Joseph R. Biden Jr.’s intelligence, an extraordinary alignment of a United States president and an authoritarian dictator against an American politician — and an insult that Mr. Biden pooh-poohed by letting an aide rebut it. During his visit to Japan last weekend, Mr. Trump wrote on Twitter that he had “smiled” when Mr. Kim described Mr. Biden recently as a “fool of low I.Q.” The White House spokeswoman, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, also said that Mr. Trump and Mr. Kim “agree in their assessment” of Mr. Biden.

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