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Donald Trump found a light moment in the midst of Thursday's stern news that the United States will be using harsh new sanctions as a weapon against North Korea.
During a meeting in New York City, South Korean President Moon Jae-In blasted his communist neighbors for its tests of nuclear warheads and ballistic missiles.'North Korea has continued to make provocations, and this is extremely deplorable,' Moon said. But the United States has responded firmly and in a very good way.'Trump seized on the word 'Deplorable,' a zinger that former election foe Hillary Clinton unsuccessfully tried to brand his supporters with last year.'I'm very happy that you used the word 'deplorable,' he said when Moon was finished talking.
'Crooked Hillary Clinton blames everybody (and every thing) but herself for her election loss.
Donald Trump has referred to North Korean leader Kim Jong-un as "rocket man" in a tweet about a conversation with the South Korean President.
For several years, the supply of food in North Korea has looked remarkably stabile compared to the 1990s.
As Andy Dinville shows at 38North, using satellite data, weather conditions have been particularly bad this year, significantly harming this year’s harvest.
In any normal year since the early 2000s, when market mechanisms seriously became a routinized part of North Korea’s agricultural economic system, it seems that the effects of a drought could have been offset at least in part by increased imports from China, or other sorts of shifts.
"Asked him how Rocket Man is doing." He added that long petrol lines has been forming in North Korea, which he said was "too bad". President Donald Trump agreed to exert stronger pressure through sanctions on North Korea following its nuclear and missile tests, South Korea's presidential office said.
The presidents spoke on Sunday regarding the escalation of tensions on the Korean peninsula, and agreed to impose stronger sanctions on North Korea following recent nuclear and missile tests. "The two leaders agreed to strengthen cooperation, and exert stronger and practical sanctions on North Korea so that it realises provocative actions leads to further diplomatic isolation and economic pressure," said a spokesperson from Mr Jae-in's office.