North Korea's Kim Threatens to Build More Nukes and Bring U.S. to its 'Knees' as Trump's Term Ends
NBC NEWS - Days before the end of President Donald Trump's time in office, North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un called the United States his country's "arch-enemy," while threatening to expand its nuclear arsenal, state media reported on Saturday.
"Our external political activities must focus on our arch-enemy and the fundamental obstacle to our revolutionary development, the United States," Kim told the 8th Congress of the Workers' Party of Korea, the state run Korean Central News Agency reported.
"The efforts will focus on overpowering and bringing them to their knees," he added.
Kim was once courted by Trump, who mused in 2018 that the pair "fell in love" after exchanging letters.
Trump's comments came after the pair held a historic summit in Singapore to discuss denuclearizing the Korean peninsula in the June of that year. A second summit in Hanoi, Vietnam ended early with the two men unable to reach an agreement.
Any warmth between the leaders appeared to have diminished Saturday as Kim also disclosed....READ MORE
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