North Korea’s Kim Jong Un’s sister mocks Biden, calls him ‘old man with no future’

US President Joe Biden and North Korea's Supreme Leader Kim
Image Source : AP/India TV US President Joe Biden and Kim Yo-jong, sister of North Korea’s top leader Kim Jong-un

Nearly three days after US President Joe Biden and his South Korean counterpart Yoon Suk Yeol signed a historic military deal, the sister of North Korean supreme leader Kim Jong-un mocked the deal and described Biden as ‘one with no future’. said the old man.

Comments critical of Kim Yo-jong Both the US and South Korea agreed to intensify nuclear deterrence to counter the North’s nuclear threat. Addressing a joint press conference on Wednesday, Yeol stressed that any nuclear strike by North Korea on the US or its allies would result in “the end of any regime”.

Condemning the latest US-South Korea military deal, he said statement suggested Biden’s chronic-related ailments and termed the warning “a rhetoric” that the Biden administration has been speaking since the end of the Donald Trump regime.

“This may be taken as an absurd comment from a man in his dotage who is not at all capable of taking responsibility for the security and future of America, an old man who has no future, for it is too much for him to serve.” More than two years are left of his office term,” read the statement published by a state-media outlet.

Why did Kim’s sister say harsh words against Biden?

During their summit, Biden and Yoon announced new nuclear deterrence efforts, calling for US nuclear-armed submarines to periodically dock in South Korea for the first time in decades and strengthening training between the two countries. Are.

They also committed to a plan for bilateral presidential consultations in the event of a North Korean nuclear attack, the establishment of a nuclear advisory group, and improving information sharing on nuclear and strategic weapons operational plans.

Kim’s sister calls South Korea’s president a ‘fool’

Kim’s sister not only criticized Biden, but also called Yoon a “fool” over his efforts to bolster South Korea’s defense with its alliance with the United States and strengthen the South’s own conventional missile capabilities. , saying that he was keeping his full confidence. America despite having received only “nominal” promises in return.

Biden, 80, wants another term

Significantly, the 80-year-old US President has not only been the subject of ridicule in North Korea, but has also faced similar critical comments by his predecessor Donald Trump.

Most recently, during a public gathering, Trump mocked Biden and his successor for acting like he was “lost in space” during several global meetings. The sarcasm intensified after Biden announced he would run for the next term. Notably, if he wins, Biden would be the oldest president in US history.

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