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Kim Jong Un says ‘deranged’ Trump will pay for threats

By Reuters
22 September 2017   |   11:27 am
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un blasts Donald Trump as "mentally deranged" and vows to make him pay for threatening to destroy his country at the United Nations earlier this week.

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