Why Trump's fiery language about North Korea is eerily familiar

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President Trump didn’t mince words with his threat to North Korea after its warning about retaliation against the U.S. for UN sanctions.

From his vacation in Bedminster, New Jersey, Trump on Tuesday shot back at the dictatorship with: “They will be met with fire and fury like the world has never seen.” There’s a reason that frightening rhetoric sounds familiar: It’s similar to the language North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un uses, or at least the language used by the state-run media that speaks for him and his government. 

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Source: Mashable
Why Trump's fiery language about North Korea is eerily familiar

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