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North Korea Warns 'Spiritually Instable' Trump Against Reckless Remarks

North Korea Warns 'Spiritually Instable' Trump Against Reckless Remarks

The letter, reportedly written by vice director of the Pentagon's Joint Staff Rear Adm. Michael J Dumont, said North Korea "has a long-standing chemical weapons program with the capability to produce nerve, blister, blood and choking agents".

The US Defense Department sent the letter in response to a request from two members of Congress for details regarding "expected casualty assessments in a conflict with North Korea" for US and allied forces in Japan, South Korea and Guam as well as civilians, the Post said.

Trump's trip to South Korea is the first state visit by a US president in 25 years, with the USA president expected to be welcomed with a 21-gun salute on arrival, while the two leaders are scheduled to take a stroll around the Blue House and later attend a concert consisting of a fusion of classical music and traditional Korean music, and K-pop.

Recent drills over South Korea by two United States strategic bombers have further raised tensions.

It comes after a series of missile and nuclear tests in the past few months, a sharp escalation from recent years.

But Kang warned that "we need to be very careful about military options", adding that they "are there to give strength to diplomacy". It was not pleasant for them, was it?' said Trump, who wore a leather bomber jacket as he addressed the troops.

North Korea on Sunday warned Donald Trump against making "reckless remarks" as the U.S. president began a marathon Asian tour dominated by the nuclear threat from Pyongyang.

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After Trump's speech at the air base, the South Korea's state news agency Yonhap reported North Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) had condemned the "foolish remarks" made by the president in the Japanese air base.

The US, Australian and South Korean navies are conducting joint exercises off South Korea intended to simulate the interception of shipments of nuclear material meant for North Korea.

"This is a country that grew out of the total devastation of the Korean War, and over a matter of six, seven decades we've become a thriving democracy. and a thriving market economy", the foreign minister said.

In the U.S. military the Joint Chiefs of Staff directly advise the President on military matters.

When playing out hypothetical war scenarios in case armed conflict were to break out, the Pentagon "estimated the potential number of dead in South Korea at 20,000 each day", retired general Rob Givens told the Los Angeles Times.

Last year, South Korea unilaterally closed operations at the jointly-run Kaesong Industrial Complex, saying cash from the zone was being funnelled to the North's weapons programme. "The warmongering, arms-selling businessman Trump shouldn't come to Korea", the coalition said.

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