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Trump taunts North Korea: My nuclear button is 'much bigger,' 'more powerful'

President Donald Trump on Tuesday insulted North Korean pioneer Kim Jong Un, cautioning Kim about US atomic abilities as strains decline between the two countries.

"North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un recently expressed that the 'Atomic Button is around his work area consistently.' Will somebody from his drained and sustenance starved administration please advise him that I too have a Nuclear Button, however it is a significantly greater and more capable one than his, and my Button works!" Trump tweeted.
 The night message took after more than twelve others Trump had sent for the duration of the day on issues going from The New York Times' scope of his organization to struggle in the Middle East.

Kim's address came amid growing tension

Kim said Monday in his yearly New Year's Day address that "The whole territory of the US is inside the scope of our atomic weapons and the atomic catch is dependably on the work area of my office. They ought to precisely know this isn't a danger however a reality." 

In the address, Kim additionally communicated a want for a serene determination with South Korea, a break from the forceful dialect he used to undermine the US. 

Trump, as a feature of his Tuesday morning tweetstorm, said the possibly warm motion to South Korea from Kim is "maybe" uplifting news, "maybe not," and alluded to "sanctions and 'other' weights" on North Korea.

Press secretary Sarah Sanders said at the White House news preparation that the US way to deal with North Korea had not changed, that the US keeps on seeing North Korea as a worldwide danger and looks for a universal arrangement while keeping "the greater part of our alternatives on the table."

Trump has over and over made articulations about North Korea by means of Twitter. The President said it was an exercise in futility for Secretary of State Rex Tillerson to consult with North Korea - alluding to Kim in the tweet as "Little Rocket Man" - not long after the US representative said he would have liked to de-raise the standoff through talks. After a North Korean proclamation offended Trump by calling him a "dotard," the US President tweeted that he would "NEVER" call the North Korean pioneer "short and fat," while likewise saying that "perhaps sometime in the not so distant future" he would be Kim's companion.

South Korea initially receptive to possible dialogue

Recent years have seen North Korea display increasing strength in its nuclear weapons and ballistic missile development, while Kim makes provocative statements threatening to attack his enemies. In November, North Korea claimed it had the capability to attack any part of the US mainland.
The UN Security Council has voted to ratchet up sanctions in response to the continued development of North Korea's nuclear program. Last month, the US conducted another round of military exercises with South Korea, which Kim called for South Korea to end in his New Year's statement.
But Kim's call for talks between the two countries at the beginning of the year struck many observers as noteworthy, and South Korean leadership has been receptive to Kim's potential openness to dialogue. The spokesman for South Korean President Moon Jae-in said South Korea also hoped for a resolution between the two countries.
Moon said he would look to restore communication between the South and the isolated North, and that he welcomed North Korea participating in the Winter Olympic Games, which South Korea is hosting next month.



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