In the latest exchange of insults between North Korea and the US president, the Minju Joson, Pyongyang’s state-run newspaper, has said that the US will undoubtedly regret “letting such a depraved and stupid guy occupy the Oval Office” and that “such barking of a mad dog can never stun the Korean people.”

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In a new round of insults from North Korea, the isolated country’s state-run newspaper, Minju Joson, has called US President Donald Trump’s recent visit to South Korea “nonsense” and said that his threat to the North was “a load of rubbish spouted by the old lunatic Trump.”

According to KCNA Watch, an aggregator of official DPRK media output, a commentary published yesterday (Sunday) in Minju Joson slammed Trump for insulting the “state and social system of the DPRK and the life of its people” and said that “this thrice-cursed crime can never be pardoned.”

The newspaper also called Trump a “mad dog” and said that he “had better pay heed to the despicable plight of his country, the dark empire of evils under worldwide criticism, before poking his nose into others’ things.”

Trump visited South Korea two weeks ago during his 12-day visit to Asia. The US president took the opportunity to issue another threat to North Korea during his address to the South Korean parliament in Seoul: “Today, I hope I speak not only for our countries, but for all civilized nations, when I say to the North: Do not underestimate us. And do not try us.” He continued: “We will not allow American cities to be threatened with destruction,” he continued. “We will not be intimidated. And we will not let the worst atrocities in history be repeated here.”

As reported earlier by JOLNorth Korea’s Ambassador to the UN Han Tae-song told Reuters three days ago that his country won’t negotiate with the US as long as the military cooperation between the US and South Korea continues. “As long as there is continuous hostile policy against my country by the US and as long as there are continued war games at our doorstep, then there will not be negotiations,” the ambassador said. “Our country plans ultimate completion of the nuclear force.”