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"This city and this assembly are living proof that a free and independent Korea not only can, but does stand strong, sovereign and proud among the nations of the world." "In this republic, the people have done what no dictator ever could," Trump added.
"You took -- with the help of the United States -- responsibility for yourself and ownership of your future.
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"Every step you take down this dark path increases the peril you face." CNN correspondent Will Ripley, who is currently in Pyongyang, said this type of language is likely to be "more infuriating to the North Koreans than the fiery rhetoric (Trump has) used before" as the US leader "directly criticized their ideology and authoritarian system." "In 2009, the United States gave negotiations yet another chance and offered North Korea the open hand of engagement," he said.
"The regime responded by sinking a South Korean navy ship (in 2010), killing 46 Korean sailors." President Trump to Kim Jong Un: "The weapons you are acquiring are not making you safer, they are putting your regime in grave danger" https://t.co/fw99r Ft MQc— CNN International (@cnni) November 8, 2017Echoing comments made earlier this week, Trump called on "every nation, including China and Russia, to fully implement UN Security Council resolutions, downgrade diplomatic relations with the regime, and sever all ties of trade and technology.""North Korean women are forced to abort babies that are considered ethnically inferior.
"Anyone who doubts the strength or determination of the United States should look to our past and you will doubt it no longer.