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North Korea blasts Trump as 'old, erratic' as rhetoric heats up

'The time when we can not but call him a 'dotard' again may come," said Kim Yong Chol, according to the state-run Korean Central News Agency.
Sydney Morning Herald - Published Also reported by •The AgeBrisbane Times

Breakfast Briefing: Five things for PR pros to know Friday morning

Netflix's naughty Twitter post; John Schnatter lawsuit; North Korea to call Trump "dotard" again; Tufts deletes Sackler name; Uber sexual assaults reported.
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Trump Labeled an 'Erratic Old Man' by North Korea [Video]Trump Labeled an 'Erratic Old Man' by North Korea

Trump Labeled an 'Erratic Old Man' by North Korea. The statement from a senior official in the foreign country comes after a series of tweets by the president. Kim Jong Un is too smart and has far..

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N. Korea uses old taunt in new warning to Trump [Video]N. Korea uses old taunt in new warning to Trump

Trump sparked an angry response from North Korea after he called Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un "rocket man" earlier this week. Pyongyang On Thursday responded by calling him a..

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Trump Reignites Name Calling War With North Korean Leader [Video]Trump Reignites Name Calling War With North Korean Leader

A senior member of the North Korean government has again described Trump as a "dotard".

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Trump draws a "dotard" warning with his "rocket man" reference to Kim

Pyongyang reacts with indignation, and a threat to resume a war of words with the American president ahead of a looming deadline for nuclear diplomacy.
CBS News - Published

'Dotage of a dotard': North Korea threatens renewal of insults against Trump

US president warned against confrontational language after referring to Kim Jong Un as 'rocket man' again
Independent - Published

North Korea raises 'dotard' spectre as deadline looms

North Korea has threatened to resume referring to US president Donald Trump as a "dotard", raising the prospect of a return to a war of words with a negotiating deadline approaching. Pyongyang has set..
IndiaTimes - Published

'Dotage of a dotard': North Korea renews attack on Donald Trump

'dotage of a dotard': north korea renews attack on donald trump
North Korea has renewed its attack on President Trump, after he threatened Pyongyang with...
WorldNews - Published Also reported by •BBC News

'Dotard': North Korea revives Trump taunt as hope for talks dims

Senior North Korean diplomat says Trump showed 'no courtesy' when he repeated reference of Kim Jon Un as 'rocket man'.
Al Jazeera - Published

North Korea Threatens New ‘Dotard’ Insults if Trump Revives Name-Calling

North Korea threatened to resume tit-for-tat insults against President Trump two days after he called its leader, Kim Jong-un, a “Rocket Man.”
NYTimes.com - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe AgeBrisbane Times

North Korea threatens to resume calling Trump ‘dotard’

North Korea threatened Thursday to resume insults of U.S. President Donald Trump and consider him a “dotard” if he keeps using provocative language, such as referring to its…
Japan Today - Published Also reported by •TIMENewsdaySeattle Times

North Korea to Trump: Stop calling Kim Jong Un ‘Rocket Man’, or we’ll call you a ‘dotard’

President Trump’s “Rocket Man” nickname appears to have hit a sore spot.
FOXNews.com - Published

North Korea warns 'dotard' Donald Trump to stop calling Kim Jong Un names

north korea warns 'dotard' donald trump to stop calling kim jong un names
North Korea threatened Thursday to resume insults of US President Donald Trump and consider him a "dotard" if he keeps using provocative language, such as referring to its leader as "rocket man".Choe..
New Zealand Herald - Published

North Korea revives 'dotard' label in warning to Trump over 'Rocket Man' remarks

U.S. President Donald Trump's comments on military force and the North's leader, Kim Jong Un, would represent "a very dangerous challenge" if they were intended to provoke Pyongyang, a top North Korean..
Reuters - Published Also reported by •Reuters India

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