The bragging was made in an editorial that added the Paektusan army is now "on standby to launch fire into its mainland, waiting for an order of final attack."
And yes, it would be North Korea's final attack if they become so bold and suicidal to try it.
The editorial says the U.S. "finds itself in an ever worsening dilemma, being thrown into the grip of extreme security unrest by the DPRK. This is tragicomedy of its own making . . . If the Trump administration does not want the American empire to meet its tragic doom in its tenure, they had better talk and act properly."
DPRK stands for the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, their official name, and it's pronounced "Deeprick."
President Trump seems to have difficulty with passively accepting threats from fat stooges like Kim, and it's about time we had a president who leads from the front, not impotently from [and with his] behind.
With Trump, you know what he's thinking all the time in 140 characters, and apparently, Kim follows Trump on Twitter.
When Kim threatened a missile attack on Guam, Trump made it clear that the U.S. is "locked and loaded," a term that may be unfamiliar to snowflakes and others on the left who despise the Second Amendment.
In the meanwhile, Trump is pursuing a diplomatic solution to North Korea's development of nuclear warheads that could reach the U.S. mainland and our allies.
China said that they will not support North Korea if they fire first, but they will if we strike first. That's a situation nobody who isn't on a psychotropic medication wants.
Trump praised China's President Xi for supporting the UN sanction and said he's looking forward to seeing him later this year when he visits China.
"At present, the relevant parties must maintain restraint and avoid words and deeds that would exacerbate the tension on the Korean Peninsula," Xi said.
Trump replied: "Exacerbate? Now that's a ten dollar word. I'll try to avoid it."