North Korea will nuclear bomb US if Trump attacks

by Dolapo Adelana

North Korea has said in a statement that it was ready for a ‘nuclear war’ against the United States if President Donald Trump attacked Pyongyang.

“The DPRK will react to a total war with an all-out war, a nuclear war with nuclear strikes of its own and surely win a victory in the death-defying struggle against the US imperialists,” a Foreign Ministry spokesman wrote Saturday.

The statement, which was one of three delivered on Saturday reiterated the message issued by a top official at the massive ‘Day of the Sun’ military parade in Pyongyang earlier this month.

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According to CBS News, the spokesman accused US officials of “spouting a load of rubbish,” and are “seeking to bring nuclear aircraft carrier strike groups one after another to the waters of the Korean peninsula”.

This statement from North Korea comes about a week after it performed a failed missile test on the anniversary of the birth of King Il Sung, the country’s late founder.

According to US officials, the missile which was meant to be a show of force from the current leader exploded immediately after liftoff.

“The DPRK is a nuclear power capable of countering any option and means of the US and will not avoid any options made by it. The world will clearly witness this time the fact that gone are the days never to return when the US forced is will upon other countries,” the statement read.

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The spokesman for the Foreign Ministry says that North Korea “neither fears war nor wants to avoid it,” and claims that the country’s nuclear program is defensive in its nature.

The spokesman issued two other memos issued on Saturday, one that was titled “Are You Good at Dancing to the Tune of Others,” that backhandedly takes aim at China.

The third memo directed at Australia warned the country to think twice about the “rubbish” statements of its foreign minister.

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