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Washington Times: North Korea warns Donald Trump to end U.S.’s ‘hostile policy and nuclear threats’
As uncertainty swirls around President-elect Donald Trump’s plan for dealing with North Korea, the rogue government in Pyongyang isn’t waiting, issuing a lengthy demand that the incoming administration halt Washington’s “hostile policy and nuclear threats” against the secretive nation.
North Korea’s increasingly menacing nuclear provocations are justifiable responses to “unprecedented recklessness” by the U.S. and its allies, according to a nine-page statement circulated Monday by the North Korean Foreign Ministry.
The release did not mention Mr. Trump by name but was explicitly critical of President Obama and appeared to be written as a warning to the incoming president to abandon the current administration’s approach.
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