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North Korea threatens new ‘dotard’ insults if Trump revives name-calling

Brisbane Times Thursday, 5 December 2019
North Korea's vice foreign minister has threatened to revive a war of words after threatening comments from the US President this week.
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Trump sparked an angry response from North Korea after he called Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un "rocket man" earlier this week. Pyongyang On Thursday responded by calling him a "dotard," reviving one of Kim's more headline-grabbing insults from the days before the two leaders met. Eve Johnson reports.

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