After his slow response in handling the coronavirus pandemic, which led to over 750,000 positive cases, President Trump is now the center of criticism for his lies about a note from Kim Jong of North Korea. Speaking in a press briefing on the coronavirus pandemic on Saturday, President Trump said - “I received a nice note from Kim Jong recently. It was a nice note. I think we are doing fine.” He further defended himself despite the stalled nuclear diplomacy with Kim Jong and North Korea. Trump added that there would have been a war between the US and North Korea if he had not been elected as the President.
However, it didn’t take much time for the North Korea government to bust the lies of President Trump. On Sunday, North Korea dismissed the ungrounded news claimed by Trump that he recently received “a nice note” from Kim Jong Un. In a statement, North Korea’s Foreign Ministry clarified that Kim Jong or his administration hadn’t sent any letter addressing Trump recently. “The relations between the top leaders of North Korea and the US are not an issue to be taken up just for the diversion, nor the bond should be misused for selfish purposes,” the statement said. The statement also claimed that it would examine the reason why the “ungrounded story” was sent to the media by the US administration.
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