North Korea Calls U.S. Ambassador Nikki Haley a ‘Political Prostitute’

North Korea is treading on extremely thin ice. Not only have they continuously tested missiles, although warned to stop, now they are calling U.S. Ambassador Nikki Haley a “political prostitute.”

Not cool North Korea.

Haley said that the rogue nation was “begging for war.” From any sane person’s point of view, they are! Why else would they continue to threaten America and test missiles?

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After her stated, they started calling our Ambassador to the United Nations named as they claim she was “crazily swishing her skirt.” They also refer to her comments as a “hysteric fit”

The Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) said, “Nikki should be careful with her tongue though she might be a blind fool,” KCNA continued, “The U.S. administration will have to pay a dear price for her tongue-lashing.”

KCNA mocked Haley’s call for more sanctions in response to North Korea’s most powerful nuclear test on Sunday that was said to involve a hydrogen bomb.

“She is crazily swishing her skirt, playing the flagship role in Trump administration’s hideous sanctions and pressure racket,” KCNA said.

The KCNA commentary comes as the aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan left its home port near Tokyo Friday for a patrol mission in the Western Pacific.

The Ronald Reagan was previously scheduled for training this week after routine maintenance in port, U.S. officials told Fox News.

“RRN gets underway for 17-2 Patrol to ensure safety and security of the Indo-Asia-Pacific Region,” the carrier’s commanders wrote on Twitter.

South Korea is closely watching North Korea over the possibility Pyongyang may test-launch an intercontinental ballistic missile as soon as Saturday, when the Hermit Kingdom celebrates its founding anniversary.

President Trump said on Thursday that if the United State is forced to take military action against Kim Jong Un’s threaten, that it will be “a very sad day for North Korea.”

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