The North Korean Ministry of Foreign Affairs declined to comment on President TrumpDonald John Trump-Wuhan Laboratory Denies Claims About Corona Viruses Banks Say They Run Out of PPP Funding “Within Minutes” Trump Defends Test Skills and Criticizes Critics During WH Briefing after Trump said so Kim Jong UnKim Jong UnKim Jong Un absent during the anniversary celebration in North Korea Overnight defense: 7 crew members tested positive on hospital ship | Second Roosevelt seaman in the Pentagon intensive care unit extends Top General troop stop: Latest missile test in North Korea not “particularly provocative” MORE, the country’s leader, had recently sent him “nice news”.
The New York Times reported that the State Department of the dictatorship released a statement calling the president’s statements “unfounded history.”
“The relationships between the top leaders of [North Korea] and the United States is not an issue that should only be used as a diversion, nor should it be misused to serve selfish purposes, “the Times told the North Korean State Department.
“There was no recent letter that senior management sent to the President,” the State Department added. “He could have referred to the personal letters that have been exchanged in the past, we are not sure.”
“We will look into the matter to see if the US leadership does anything to feed the unfounded story into the media,” North Korean officials concluded.
The explanation comes after Trump apparently told reporters at an early Sunday press conference about the Corona virus outbreak that he had recently received “nice news” from the North Korean leader and claimed that the two countries would be at war if he did Presidents have lost election to 2016 Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonRepublicans plow ahead to investigate Russia’s origin The memo: Cultural war hits coronavirus crisis The Biden campaign tries to keep Sanders MORE in unusual steps (D).
“I received a nice message from him recently. It was nice news. I think we’re fine, “Trump said on Saturday.” If I were not elected now, you would be at war with North Korea. “
Trump and Kim met several times in 2018 and 2019, but talks have stalled in the past few months when the two leaders appear to be at a cul-de-sac over further denuclearization of the Korean peninsula and the possible end or cut in the U.S. Sanctions against the north.
The two last met in June last year when Trump became the first president to meet Kim in the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) and crossed to North Korea.