North Korea says 'psychopath' Donald Trump toying with preemptive strike option to divert attention from 'tough' home situation
North Korea on Thursday called US President Donald Trump a 'psychopath' as tensions soar following the death of American student Otto Warmbier, who was evacuated in a coma from North Korean detention last week.
Seoul: North Korea on Thursday called US President Donald Trump a "psychopath" as tensions soar following the death of American student Otto Warmbier, who was evacuated in a coma from North Korean detention last week.
Pyongyang's official Rodong Sinmun newspaper said the US president was in a "tough situation" at home and claimed he was toying with the idea of a preemptive strike on North Korea to divert attention from a domestic political crisis.
"South Korea must realise that following psychopath Trump...will only lead to disaster," an editorial carried by the paper said.
A series of atomic tests and missile launches since last year have ratcheted up tensions on the Korean peninsula, and Warmbier's death has further strained relations between Pyongyang and Washington.
Trump slammed the "brutal regime" in Pyongyang, and said he was determined to "prevent such tragedies from befalling innocent people at the hands of regimes that do not respect the rule of law or basic human decency."
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