Enlarge this imageNews in the earthquake in North Korea is claimed in the Seoul railway station in South Korea on Saturday.Ahn Young-joon/APhide captiontoggle captionAhn Young-joon/APNews of your earthquake in North Korea is claimed within the Seoul railway station in South Korea on Saturday.Ahn Young-joon/APNumerous scientific organizations on either side on the Pacific detected an earthquake Saturday in the vicinity of the location where by North Korea established off a hydrogen bomb previously this thirty day period, to start with prompting speculation of one more weapons examination, prior to a consensus appeared to emerge the tremor was a all-natural event. Xinhua, China's official information agency, reported the country's seismic support registered a three.four magnitude function that it originally seen as "likely caused" by an "explosion." Afterwards, the China Earthquake Administration revised its estimation, stating the quake was not a nuclear detonation. Magnitude-3.4 quake recorded in DPRK not results of nuclear check: CENC https://t.co/zJXh8trsP2 Joey Gallo Jersey pic.twitter.com/B9PMEr6OxJ China Xinhua News (@XHNews) September 23, 2017 South Korea's presidential busine s mentioned inside a a sertion that a handful of its govt organizations "still manage [the quake] was natural rather than from an explosion." The president's office environment did insert that "analysis continues to be ongoing so we're going to retain you posted." The comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Group, via its government secretary, tweeted Saturday the activity was "unlikely man-made." Two #Seismic Functions! 0829UTC & much smaller @ 0443UTC unlikely Man-made! Similar to "collapse" event 8.5 mins after DPRK6! Examination ongoing pic.twitter.com/DXaDn8TZOf La sina Zerbo (@SinaZerbo) September 23, 2017 The United States Geological Survey was neutral in its a se sment on the cause in the tremor, which it recorded as a 3.5 magnitude quake, expre sing inside a a sertion that it could not "conclusively confirm at this time the nature (all-natural or human-made) with the event."For reference, the U.S. company recorded a 6.3 magnitude quake after North Korea's hydrogen bomb test on Sept. 3, its sixth of a nuclear weapon. Saturday's seismic action came on the same day China announced it would limit trade with the North, reducing its fuel exports to its neighbor and banning all textile imports. On Thursday, the U.S. unveiled its own established of economic sanctions targeting North Korea. The quake also caps a week in which President Trump and North Korea leader Kim Jong Un exchanged increasingly bellicose insults and follows a threat on Thursday by the North to carry out a significantly more dangerous nuclear exam. In comments to reporters in Jurickson Profar Jersey New York, North Korea's foreign minister explained his country's leader is considering whether to demonstrate his ability to detonate a nuclear warhead aboard a mi sile sent above the Pacific Ocean. So-called atmospheric tests of nuclear weapons were banned by the U.S., the then-Soviet Union and many of your world's nations inside a 1963 treaty, though China conducted the last such test known worldwide in 1980. Atmospheric tests of nuclear-armed mi siles, as NPR's Geoff Brumfiel described, are dangerous for a host for reasons, including the potential for sending nuclear fallout in unpredictable patterns and, if a take a look at were to be administered by North Korea, in the direction of your U.S. Until now, the North has not tested its mi siles and nuclear weapons together, opting instead to fire them separately the mi siles above ground and the nuclear weapons below. After a week in which, with tweets and in the speech before the United Nations General A sembly, Trump introduced Elvis Andrus Jersey the derogatory nickname "Rocket Man" for Kim into international information coverage and left open his prerogative to "totally destroy" North Korea, the president gave no ground on Friday in his public standoff with his adversary. During a campaign rally for Alabama Sen. Luther Strange, Trump lashed out against Kim, telling the crowd, "we can't have madmen out there shooting rockets all over the place." "Rocket Gentleman should have been handled a long time ago," he continued amid cheers from the audience. "He should have been handled a long time ago by Clinton I won't mention the Republicans, right by Obama." The president a sured those in attendance, without details, that he would defend the U.S. against any offensives launched by North Korea: "I can tell you one thing, you are protected, OK? You are protected. Nobody's going to me s with our people." A day earlier, Kim reacted to Trump's provocative speech on the U.N. by equating the U.S. president to "a frightened dog" and a "mentally deranged U.S. dotard," using an obscure insult for someone declining into senility. Enlarge this imageNews in the earthquake in North Korea is claimed in the Seoul railway station in South Korea on Saturday.Ahn Young-joon/APhide captiontoggle captionAhn Young-joon/APNews of your earthquake in North Korea is claimed within the Seoul railway station in South Korea on Saturday.Ahn Young-joon/APNumerous scientific organizations on either side on the Pacific detected an earthquake Saturday in the vicinity of the location where by North Korea established off a hydrogen bomb previously this thirty day period, to start with prompting speculation of one more weapons examination, prior to a consensus appeared to emerge the tremor was a all-natural event. Xinhua, China's official information agency, reported the country's seismic support registered a three.four magnitude function that it originally seen as "likely caused" by an "explosion." Afterwards, the China Earthquake Administration revised its estimation, stating the quake was not a nuclear detonation. Magnitude-3.4 quake recorded in DPRK not results of nuclear check: CENC https://t.co/zJXh8trsP2 Joey Gallo Jersey pic.twitter.com/B9PMEr6OxJ China Xinhua News (@XHNews) September 23, 2017 South Korea's presidential busine s mentioned inside a a sertion that a handful of its govt organizations "still manage [the quake] was natural rather than from an explosion." The president's office environment did insert that "analysis continues to be ongoing so we're going to retain you posted." The comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Group, via its government secretary, tweeted Saturday the activity was "unlikely man-made." Two #Seismic Functions! 0829UTC & much smaller @ 0443UTC unlikely Man-made! Similar to "collapse" event 8.5 mins after DPRK6! Examination ongoing pic.twitter.com/DXaDn8TZOf La sina Zerbo (@SinaZerbo) September 23, 2017 The United States Geological Survey was neutral in its a se sment on the cause in the tremor, which it recorded as a 3.5 magnitude quake, expre sing inside a a sertion that it could not "conclusively confirm at this time the nature (all-natural or human-made) with the event."For reference, the U.S. company recorded a 6.3 magnitude quake after North Korea's hydrogen bomb test on Sept. 3, its sixth of a nuclear weapon. Saturday's seismic action came on the same day China announced it would limit trade with the North, reducing its fuel exports to its neighbor and banning all textile imports. On Thursday, the U.S. unveiled its own established of economic sanctions targeting North Korea. The quake also caps a week in which President Trump and North Korea leader Kim Jong Un exchanged increasingly bellicose insults and follows a threat on Thursday by the North to carry out a significantly more dangerous nuclear exam. In comments to reporters in Jurickson Profar Jersey New York, North Korea's foreign minister explained his country's leader is considering whether to demonstrate his ability to detonate a nuclear warhead aboard a mi sile sent above the Pacific Ocean. So-called atmospheric tests of nuclear weapons were banned by the U.S., the then-Soviet Union and many of your world's nations inside a 1963 treaty, though China conducted the last such test known worldwide in 1980. Atmospheric tests of nuclear-armed mi siles, as NPR's Geoff Brumfiel described, are dangerous for a host for reasons, including the potential for sending nuclear fallout in unpredictable patterns and, if a take a look at were to be administered by North Korea, in the direction of your U.S. Until now, the North has not tested its mi siles and nuclear weapons together, opting instead to fire them separately the mi siles above ground and the nuclear weapons below. After a week in which, with tweets and in the speech before the United Nations General A sembly, Trump introduced Elvis Andrus Jersey the derogatory nickname "Rocket Man" for Kim into international information coverage and left open his prerogative to "totally destroy" North Korea, the president gave no ground on Friday in his public standoff with his adversary. During a campaign rally for Alabama Sen. Luther Strange, Trump lashed out against Kim, telling the crowd, "we can't have madmen out there shooting rockets all over the place." "Rocket Gentleman should have been handled a long time ago," he continued amid cheers from the audience. "He should have been handled a long time ago by Clinton I won't mention the Republicans, right by Obama." The president a sured those in attendance, without details, that he would defend the U.S. against any offensives launched by North Korea: "I can tell you one thing, you are protected, OK? You are protected. Nobody's going to me s with our people." A day earlier, Kim reacted to Trump's provocative speech on the U.N. by equating the U.S. president to "a frightened dog" and a "mentally deranged U.S. dotard," using an obscure insult for someone declining into senility.Enlarge this imageNews in the earthquake in North Korea is claimed in the Seoul railway station in South Korea on Saturday.Ahn Young-joon/APhide captiontoggle captionAhn Young-joon/APNews of your earthquake in North Korea is claimed within the Seoul railway station in South Korea on Saturday.Ahn Young-joon/APNumerous scientific organizations on either side on the Pacific detected an earthquake Saturday in the vicinity of the location where by North Korea established off a hydrogen bomb previously this thirty day period, to start with prompting speculation of one more weapons examination, prior to a consensus appeared to emerge the tremor was a all-natural event. Xinhua, China's official information agency, reported the country's seismic support registered a three.four magnitude function that it originally seen as "likely caused" by an "explosion." Afterwards, the China Earthquake Administration revised its estimation, stating the quake was not a nuclear detonation. Magnitude-3.4 quake recorded in DPRK not results of nuclear check: CENC https://t.co/zJXh8trsP2 Joey Gallo Jersey pic.twitter.com/B9PMEr6OxJ China Xinhua News (@XHNews) September 23, 2017 South Korea's presidential busine s mentioned inside a a sertion that a handful of its govt organizations "still manage [the quake] was natural rather than from an explosion." The president's office environment did insert that "analysis continues to be ongoing so we're going to retain you posted." The comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Group, via its government secretary, tweeted Saturday the activity was "unlikely man-made." Two #Seismic Functions! 0829UTC & much smaller @ 0443UTC unlikely Man-made! Similar to "collapse" event 8.5 mins after DPRK6! Examination ongoing pic.twitter.com/DXaDn8TZOf La sina Zerbo (@SinaZerbo) September 23, 2017 The United States Geological Survey was neutral in its a se sment on the cause in the tremor, which it recorded as a 3.5 magnitude quake, expre sing inside a a sertion that it could not "conclusively confirm at this time the nature (all-natural or human-made) with the event."For reference, the U.S. company recorded a 6.3 magnitude quake after North Korea's hydrogen bomb test on Sept. 3, its sixth of a nuclear weapon. Saturday's seismic action came on the same day China announced it would limit trade with the North, reducing its fuel exports to its neighbor and banning all textile imports. On Thursday, the U.S. unveiled its own established of economic sanctions targeting North Korea. The quake also caps a week in which President Trump and North Korea leader Kim Jong Un exchanged increasingly bellicose insults and follows a threat on Thursday by the North to carry out a significantly more dangerous nuclear exam. In comments to reporters in Jurickson Profar Jersey New York, North Korea's foreign minister explained his country's leader is considering whether to demonstrate his ability to detonate a nuclear warhead aboard a mi sile sent above the Pacific Ocean. So-called atmospheric tests of nuclear weapons were banned by the U.S., the then-Soviet Union and many of your world's nations inside a 1963 treaty, though China conducted the last such test known worldwide in 1980. Atmospheric tests of nuclear-armed mi siles, as NPR's Geoff Brumfiel described, are dangerous for a host for reasons, including the potential for sending nuclear fallout in unpredictable patterns and, if a take a look at were to be administered by North Korea, in the direction of your U.S. Until now, the North has not tested its mi siles and nuclear weapons together, opting instead to fire them separately the mi siles above ground and the nuclear weapons below. After a week in which, with tweets and in the speech before the United Nations General A sembly, Trump introduced Elvis Andrus Jersey the derogatory nickname "Rocket Man" for Kim into international information coverage and left open his prerogative to "totally destroy" North Korea, the president gave no ground on Friday in his public standoff with his adversary. During a campaign rally for Alabama Sen. Luther Strange, Trump lashed out against Kim, telling the crowd, "we can't have madmen out there shooting rockets all over the place." "Rocket Gentleman should have been handled a long time ago," he continued amid cheers from the audience. "He should have been handled a long time ago by Clinton I won't mention the Republicans, right by Obama." The president a sured those in attendance, without details, that he would defend the U.S. against any offensives launched by North Korea: "I can tell you one thing, you are protected, OK? You are protected. Nobody's going to me s with our people." A day earlier, Kim reacted to Trump's provocative speech on the U.N. by equating the U.S. president to "a frightened dog" and a "mentally deranged U.S. dotard," using an obscure insult for someone declining into senility. Enlarge this imageNews in the earthquake in North Korea is claimed in the Seoul railway station in South Korea on Saturday.Ahn Young-joon/APhide captiontoggle captionAhn Young-joon/APNews of your earthquake in North Korea is claimed within the Seoul railway station in South Korea on Saturday.Ahn Young-joon/APNumerous scientific organizations on either side on the Pacific detected an earthquake Saturday in the vicinity of the location where by North Korea established off a hydrogen bomb previously this thirty day period, to start with prompting speculation of one more weapons examination, prior to a consensus appeared to emerge the tremor was a all-natural event. Xinhua, China's official information agency, reported the country's seismic support registered a three.four magnitude function that it originally seen as "likely caused" by an "explosion." Afterwards, the China Earthquake Administration revised its estimation, stating the quake was not a nuclear detonation. Magnitude-3.4 quake recorded in DPRK not results of nuclear check: CENC https://t.co/zJXh8trsP2 Joey Gallo Jersey pic.twitter.com/B9PMEr6OxJ China Xinhua News (@XHNews) September 23, 2017 South Korea's presidential busine s mentioned inside a a sertion that a handful of its govt organizations "still manage [the quake] was natural rather than from an explosion." The president's office environment did insert that "analysis continues to be ongoing so we're going to retain you posted." The comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Group, via its government secretary, tweeted Saturday the activity was "unlikely man-made." Two #Seismic Functions! 0829UTC & much smaller @ 0443UTC unlikely Man-made! Similar to "collapse" event 8.5 mins after DPRK6! Examination ongoing pic.twitter.com/DXaDn8TZOf La sina Zerbo (@SinaZerbo) September 23, 2017 The United States Geological Survey was neutral in its a se sment on the cause in the tremor, which it recorded as a 3.5 magnitude quake, expre sing inside a a sertion that it could not "conclusively confirm at this time the nature (all-natural or human-made) with the event."For reference, the U.S. company recorded a 6.3 magnitude quake after North Korea's hydrogen bomb test on Sept. 3, its sixth of a nuclear weapon. Saturday's seismic action came on the same day China announced it would limit trade with the North, reducing its fuel exports to its neighbor and banning all textile imports. On Thursday, the U.S. unveiled its own established of economic sanctions targeting North Korea. The quake also caps a week in which President Trump and North Korea leader Kim Jong Un exchanged increasingly bellicose insults and follows a threat on Thursday by the North to carry out a significantly more dangerous nuclear exam. In comments to reporters in Jurickson Profar Jersey New York, North Korea's foreign minister explained his country's leader is considering whether to demonstrate his ability to detonate a nuclear warhead aboard a mi sile sent above the Pacific Ocean. So-called atmospheric tests of nuclear weapons were banned by the U.S., the then-Soviet Union and many of your world's nations inside a 1963 treaty, though China conducted the last such test known worldwide in 1980. Atmospheric tests of nuclear-armed mi siles, as NPR's Geoff Brumfiel described, are dangerous for a host for reasons, including the potential for sending nuclear fallout in unpredictable patterns and, if a take a look at were to be administered by North Korea, in the direction of your U.S. Until now, the North has not tested its mi siles and nuclear weapons together, opting instead to fire them separately the mi siles above ground and the nuclear weapons below. After a week in which, with tweets and in the speech before the United Nations General A sembly, Trump introduced Elvis Andrus Jersey the derogatory nickname "Rocket Man" for Kim into international information coverage and left open his prerogative to "totally destroy" North Korea, the president gave no ground on Friday in his public standoff with his adversary. During a campaign rally for Alabama Sen. Luther Strange, Trump lashed out against Kim, telling the crowd, "we can't have madmen out there shooting rockets all over the place." "Rocket Gentleman should have been handled a long time ago," he continued amid cheers from the audience. "He should have been handled a long time ago by Clinton I won't mention the Republicans, right by Obama." The president a sured those in attendance, without details, that he would defend the U.S. against any offensives launched by North Korea: "I can tell you one thing, you are protected, OK? You are protected. Nobody's going to me s with our people." A day earlier, Kim reacted to Trump's provocative speech on the U.N. by equating the U.S. president to "a frightened dog" and a "mentally deranged U.S. dotard," using an obscure insult for someone declining into senility.Skip to main content
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Enlarge this imageNews in the earthquake in North Korea is claimed in the Seoul railway station in South Korea on Saturday.Ahn Young-joon/APhide captiontoggle captionAhn Young-joon/APNews of your earthquake in North Korea is claimed within the Seoul railway station in South Korea on Saturday.Ahn Young-joon/APNumerous scientific organizations on either side on the Pacific detected an earthquake Saturday in the vicinity of the location where by North Korea established off a hydrogen bomb previously this thirty day period, to start with prompting speculation of one more weapons examination, prior to a consensus appeared to emerge the tremor was a all-natural event. Xinhua, China’s official information agency, reported the country’s seismic support registered a three.four magnitude function that it originally seen as “likely caused” by an “explosion.” Afterwards, the China Earthquake Administration revised its estimation, stating the quake was not a nuclear detonation. Magnitude-3.4 quake recorded in DPRK not results of nuclear check: CENC https://t.co/zJXh8trsP2 Joey Gallo Jersey pic.twitter.com/B9PMEr6OxJ China Xinhua News (@XHNews) September 23, 2017 South Korea’s presidential busine s mentioned inside a a sertion that a handful of its govt organizations “still manage [the quake] was natural rather than from an explosion.” The president’s office environment did insert that “analysis continues to be ongoing so we’re going to retain you posted.” The comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Group, via its government secretary, tweeted Saturday the activity was “unlikely man-made.” Two #Seismic Functions! 0829UTC & much smaller @ 0443UTC unlikely Man-made! Similar to “collapse” event 8.5 mins after DPRK6! Examination ongoing pic.twitter.com/DXaDn8TZOf La sina Zerbo (@SinaZerbo) September 23, 2017 The United States Geological Survey was neutral in its a se sment on the cause in the tremor, which it recorded as a 3.5 magnitude quake, expre sing inside a a sertion that it could not “conclusively confirm at this time the nature (all-natural or human-made) with the event.”For reference, the U.S. company recorded a 6.3 magnitude quake after North Korea’s hydrogen bomb test on Sept. 3, its sixth of a nuclear weapon. Saturday’s seismic action came on the same day China announced it would limit trade with the North, reducing its fuel exports to its neighbor and banning all textile imports. On Thursday, the U.S. unveiled its own established of economic sanctions targeting North Korea. The quake also caps a week in which President Trump and North Korea leader Kim Jong Un exchanged increasingly bellicose insults and follows a threat on Thursday by the North to carry out a significantly more dangerous nuclear exam. In comments to reporters in Jurickson Profar Jersey New York, North Korea’s foreign minister explained his country’s leader is considering whether to demonstrate his ability to detonate a nuclear warhead aboard a mi sile sent above the Pacific Ocean. So-called atmospheric tests of nuclear weapons were banned by the U.S., the then-Soviet Union and many of your world’s nations inside a 1963 treaty, though China conducted the last such test known worldwide in 1980. Atmospheric tests of nuclear-armed mi siles, as NPR’s Geoff Brumfiel described, are dangerous for a host for reasons, including the potential for sending nuclear fallout in unpredictable patterns and, if a take a look at were to be administered by North Korea, in the direction of your U.S. Until now, the North has not tested its mi siles and nuclear weapons together, opting instead to fire them separately the mi siles above ground and the nuclear weapons below. After a week in which, with tweets and in the speech before the United Nations General A sembly, Trump introduced Elvis Andrus Jersey the derogatory nickname “Rocket Man” for Kim into international information coverage and left open his prerogative to “totally destroy” North Korea, the president gave no ground on Friday in his public standoff with his adversary. During a campaign rally for Alabama Sen. Luther Strange, Trump lashed out against Kim, telling the crowd, “we can’t have madmen out there shooting rockets all over the place.” “Rocket Gentleman should have been handled a long time ago,” he continued amid cheers from the audience. “He should have been handled a long time ago by Clinton I won’t mention the Republicans, right by Obama.” The president a sured those in attendance, without details, that he would defend the U.S. against any offensives launched by North Korea: “I can tell you one thing, you are protected, OK? You are protected. Nobody’s going to me s with our people.” A day earlier, Kim reacted to Trump’s provocative speech on the U.N. by equating the U.S. president to “a frightened dog” and a “mentally deranged U.S. dotard,” using an obscure insult for someone declining into senility.

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Enlarge this imageNews in the earthquake in North Korea is claimed in the Seoul railway station in South Korea on Saturday.Ahn Young-joon/APhide captiontoggle captionAhn Young-joon/APNews of your earthquake in North Korea is claimed within the Seoul railway station in South Korea on Saturday.Ahn Young-joon/APNumerous scientific organizations on either side on the Pacific detected an earthquake Saturday in the vicinity of the location where by North Korea established off a hydrogen bomb previously this thirty day period, to start with prompting speculation of one more weapons examination, prior to a consensus appeared to emerge the tremor was a all-natural event. Xinhua, China's official information agency, reported the country's seismic support registered a three.four magnitude function that it originally seen as "likely caused" by an "explosion." Afterwards, the China Earthquake Administration revised its estimation, stating the quake was not a nuclear detonation. Magnitude-3.4 quake recorded in DPRK not results of nuclear check: CENC https://t.co/zJXh8trsP2 Joey Gallo Jersey pic.twitter.com/B9PMEr6OxJ China Xinhua News (@XHNews) September 23, 2017 South Korea's presidential busine s mentioned inside a a sertion that a handful of its govt organizations "still manage [the quake] was natural rather than from an explosion." The president's office environment did insert that "analysis continues to be ongoing so we're going to retain you posted." The comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Group, via its government secretary, tweeted Saturday the activity was "unlikely man-made." Two #Seismic Functions! 0829UTC & much smaller @ 0443UTC unlikely Man-made! Similar to "collapse" event 8.5 mins after DPRK6! Examination ongoing pic.twitter.com/DXaDn8TZOf La sina Zerbo (@SinaZerbo) September 23, 2017 The United States Geological Survey was neutral in its a se sment on the cause in the tremor, which it recorded as a 3.5 magnitude quake, expre sing inside a a sertion that it could not "conclusively confirm at this time the nature (all-natural or human-made) with the event."For reference, the U.S. company recorded a 6.3 magnitude quake after North Korea's hydrogen bomb test on Sept. 3, its sixth of a nuclear weapon. Saturday's seismic action came on the same day China announced it would limit trade with the North, reducing its fuel exports to its neighbor and banning all textile imports. On Thursday, the U.S. unveiled its own established of economic sanctions targeting North Korea. The quake also caps a week in which President Trump and North Korea leader Kim Jong Un exchanged increasingly bellicose insults and follows a threat on Thursday by the North to carry out a significantly more dangerous nuclear exam. In comments to reporters in Jurickson Profar Jersey New York, North Korea's foreign minister explained his country's leader is considering whether to demonstrate his ability to detonate a nuclear warhead aboard a mi sile sent above the Pacific Ocean. So-called atmospheric tests of nuclear weapons were banned by the U.S., the then-Soviet Union and many of your world's nations inside a 1963 treaty, though China conducted the last such test known worldwide in 1980. Atmospheric tests of nuclear-armed mi siles, as NPR's Geoff Brumfiel described, are dangerous for a host for reasons, including the potential for sending nuclear fallout in unpredictable patterns and, if a take a look at were to be administered by North Korea, in the direction of your U.S. Until now, the North has not tested its mi siles and nuclear weapons together, opting instead to fire them separately the mi siles above ground and the nuclear weapons below. After a week in which, with tweets and in the speech before the United Nations General A sembly, Trump introduced Elvis Andrus Jersey the derogatory nickname "Rocket Man" for Kim into international information coverage and left open his prerogative to "totally destroy" North Korea, the president gave no ground on Friday in his public standoff with his adversary. During a campaign rally for Alabama Sen. Luther Strange, Trump lashed out against Kim, telling the crowd, "we can't have madmen out there shooting rockets all over the place." "Rocket Gentleman should have been handled a long time ago," he continued amid cheers from the audience. "He should have been handled a long time ago by Clinton I won't mention the Republicans, right by Obama." The president a sured those in attendance, without details, that he would defend the U.S. against any offensives launched by North Korea: "I can tell you one thing, you are protected, OK? You are protected. Nobody's going to me s with our people." A day earlier, Kim reacted to Trump's provocative speech on the U.N. by equating the U.S. president to "a frightened dog" and a "mentally deranged U.S. dotard," using an obscure insult for someone declining into senility.