2016: The year The Onion merged with REALITY. According to the Guardian: North Korea praises Trump and urges US voters to reject ‘dull Hillary’ North Korean state media has praised US presidential hopeful Donald Trump, describing him as a “wise politician” and “far-sighted candidate” who could help unify the Korean peninsula. I’m getting so […]
The North Korean government might have a soft spot for Donald Trump. A state-run news agency published an editorial calling Trump "wise." The presumptive GOP presidential nominee has criticized U.S. policy toward North Korea and says he would be willing to meet with Kim Jong-Un. Show More Summary
The US government hopes to use its upcoming bilateral security dialogue with China to increase pressure on North Korea to negotiate the denuclearization of the entire Korean peninsula, US Assistant Secretary of State Daniel Russel told reporters on Tuesday.
North Korea likes that sexy tyrant daddy Donald Trump
Just days after President Barack Obama said international leaders were justly "rattled" by the unlikely rise of Donald Trump, state-run media from North Korea—one of the world's most unpredictable dictatorships—has endorsed the presumptive...Show More Summary
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North Korean state media has praised U.S. presidential hopeful Donald Trump, describing him as a "wise politician" and "far-sighted candidate" who could help unify the Korean peninsula. "There are many positive aspects to Trump's 'inflammatory policies,'" wrote Han Yong-mook, who described himself as a Chinese North Korean scholar. Show More Summary
The United States is calling on North Korea to restrain from further ballistic missile tests that destabilize the Asia Pacific region, White House spokesman Josh Earnest told reporters on Tuesday.
North Korea disregards numerous UN Security Council resolutions and condemnation from various states, showing no signs of stopping its nuclear ambitions and possibly planning more tests in future, experts told Sputnik on Tuesday.
The US authorities will continue to work closely with counterparts in Japan and South Korea after the failed intermediate-range ballistic missile launch by North Korea, US Strategic Command spokesperson Martin O’Donnell told Sputnik on Tuesday.
Remember about six weeks ago, when North Korea attempted to test-fire their new “Musudan” IRBM in honor of the 104th birthday of North Korea’s “eternal president”, Kim Il-Sung? Remember that the test was reportedly a failure? Well, it appears that the “fine, stalwart engineers” in NorK-Land’s missile development program gave it another go again yesterday. And, […]
An editorial in North Korea's state-run media on Tuesday offered high praise for presumptive U.S. Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump. Trump is a “wise politician” and “far-sighted presidential candidate,” the Korean-language...Show More Summary
Since launching his candidacy to become the next President of the United States in June 2015, Donald Trump has managed to pick up endorsements from a number of high-profile figures. However, the candidate has now gained the support of one of the most controversial nations on Earth: North Korea. Show More Summary
An official media organ of the North Korean regime has endorsed Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, describing Democrat rival Hillary Clinton as "dull." An editorial in DPRK Today, an official media outlet, welcomed the Republican...Show More Summary
"There are many positive aspects to the Trump’s ‘inflammatory policies,'" a state media editorial said
North Korean hopes of Facebook statuses, likes and cat videos were dashed on Tuesday when a clone of the social media platform was taken offline shortly after surfacing in the Hermit Kingdom. The website starcon.net.kp hosted an eerily...Show More Summary
Donald Trump got an endorsement he may not want — North Korea’s state media.
As if the 2016 cycle hadn't already jumped the shark several times over, this one might just do the trick.
North Korea appears headed for a fifth nuclear test. The U.S. joined South Korea and Japan in warning Pyongyang against violating its international obligations. Just as the three governments have done for the last quarter century. Alas, they cannot stop the North from moving forward with its nuclear program, at least at reasonable cost. Show More Summary
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