World Trump: I have a 'much bigger' button than Kim Jong Un

04:00  03 january  2018
04:00  03 january  2018 Source:   The Hill

Trump to North Korean leader: my nuclear button 'is bigger & more powerful'

  Trump to North Korean leader: my nuclear button 'is bigger & more powerful' <p>Trump on Twitter says "I too have a nuclear button," in response to North Korean leader saying he has a nuclear button on his desk.</p>In a televised speech on Monday, Kim said "the entire United States is within range of our nuclear weapons, and a nuclear button is always on my desk. This is reality, not a threat.

DONALD Trump has bragged that his nuclear button is “ much bigger and more powerful” than Kim Jong - un ’s after the North Korean tyrant said he was ready to attack. The US President said

President Trump took to Twitter Tuesday night to blast North Korean leader Kim Jong Un , saying he, too, has a "nuclear button " that is " much bigger & more powerful" than North Korea's. Mr. Trump also wrote that "my Button works!"

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President Trump on Tuesday said that the nuclear launch button on his desk is "much bigger" and "more powerful" than that of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un - and that his button actually "works."

"North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un just stated that the 'Nuclear Button is on his desk at all times,'" Trump tweeted. "Will someone from his depleted and food starved regime please inform him that I too have a Nuclear Button, but it is a much bigger & more powerful one than his, and my Button works!"

Trump's comments came after Kim said in a New Year's Day speech that he had a nuclear launch button at his desk, and that the international community would have to accept North Korea's status as a nuclear-armed nation as a "reality."

In that address, Kim also said he was willing to send a delegation to the Winter Olympics in South Korea in February and engage in talks with Seoul about easing military tensions between the two countries.

South Korea responded to Kim's remarks on Tuesday, calling for a dialogue between Seoul and Pyongyang aimed at de-escalating tensions ahead of the Winter Games.

Trump's latest tweet, however, appeared to challenge Kim's claim that North Korea has become a functional nuclear power, while delivering a warning that he stood ready to retaliate against a possible nuclear launch by Pyongyang.

The Trump administration has said little about the possibility of talks between North and South Korea, and Trump was unclear in a Tuesday morning tweet about whether the U.S. welcomed such a dialogue.

"Sanctions and 'other' pressures are beginning to have a big impact on North Korea," Trump tweeted. "Soldiers are dangerously fleeing to South Korea. Rocket man now wants to talk to South Korea for first time. Perhaps that is good news, perhaps not - we will see!"

UN envoy says no change in US position on North Korea talks .
President Donald Trump's U.N. ambassador says the administration hasn't changed its conditions regarding talks with North Korea amid growing tensions over the North's nuclear and missile programs. Ambassador Nikki Haley is making clear North Korean leader Kim Jong Un (kim jawng oon) would first need to stop weapons testing.Trump said on Saturday that he was open to talking to Kim.Haley tells ABC's "This Week" that there's "no turnaround" in the U.S. position. She says Trump was reiterating "a lot of things have to happen before that actually takes place.

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