Russia- 'Trump is more impulsive and unpredictable' than NK

Posted April 19, 2017

The Kremlin is attempting to disassociate itself from claims by its top media pundits, who've branded U.S. President Donald Trump as being a greater danger to Moscow than North Korea's leader.

A Kremlin spokesman is distancing Moscow from an incendiary commentary on Russian state TV that alleged U.S. President Donald Trump is more unsafe and unpredictable than North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.

According to Kiselyov, Trump is "more impulsive and unpredictable" than the North Korean leader because he has "limited global experience, unpredictability, and a readiness to go to war". "I'm not like other administrations, where they say, we're going to do this in four weeks, and that doesn't work that way".

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"You look at different things over the years with President Obama", Trump added.

Russian state TV anchorman Dmitry Kiselyov: "The world is a hair's breadth away from a real nuclear war with all its catastrophic consequences".

In a press briefing Monday, Spicer said, "I don't think that you're going to see the president drawing red lines in the sand, but I think that the action that he took in Syria shows that, when appropriate, this president will take decisive action".

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Kim has responded to Russia's consistency as a North Korean economic ally by publicly hailing the DPRK's partnership with Moscow and increasing its shipments of guest workers to construction projects in Siberia. "They are afraid of the firm alliance between South Korea and the United States, and of strong independent defense capabilities". He had already began to dial back the Trumpomania and start criticizing the US president.

The Trump administration has repeated that all options are on the table, which includes the possibility of military action, or a pre-emptive strike, if its current strategy of maximum pressure and engagement toward North Korea, namely through China, falls through.

North Korea conducted two nuclear tests and 24 ballistic missile tests last year, defying six Security Council resolutions banning any testing, and it has conducted additional missile tests this year including one this past weekend that failed. Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov on Monday urged the United States to avoid any unilateral use of force against North Korea, warning this would be "a very risky course of action" and comparing it to the U.S. missile strike earlier this month on Syria, which Moscow denounced as aggression. It also deployed its nuclear-powered Carl Vinson Strike Group, which had been en route to Australia, toward the Korean Peninsula.

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