Burying 'Trumpomania,' Kremlin TV says Trump scarier than North Korean leader

Posted April 20, 2017

"Trump is more impulsive and unpredictable than Kim Jong Un", he told viewers of his prime-time Sunday "Vesti Nedelyi" program, which earlier this year carried paeans to Trump for his pledge to warm up relations with Russian Federation.

US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said he wants to exert pressure on North Korea over its nuclear programme as the communist state warned of a "super-mighty preemptive strike" and told the US don't "mess with us".

The state-run television show went on to suggest that the North Korean dictator, who inherited his post from his father (who inherited the post from his father), was a more principled opponent of nepotism than Trump: After all, Kim hasn't given his daughter a cushy government job, while Trump has provided Ivanka with her own White House office. "War can break out as a result of confrontation between two personalities; Donald Trump and Kim Jong-Un".

"The world is a hair's breadth away from a real nuclear war with all its catastrophic consequences", Kiselyov warned his viewers.

He said: "If the situation worsens, especially related to military events, the armed forces of all the neighbouring countries obviously monitor it more closely, and we are no exception". He added that both men shared the characteristics of having “limited worldwide experience, unpredictability, and a readiness to go to war.”.

“He (Kim Jong-un) is after all on his home territory.

That document was created by the Russian intelligence think tank in June of 2016.

Mr Kiselyov also said Mr Trump was “more impulsive and unpredictable” than the North Korean leader.

The classified document called for state-backed news outlets to get the message out, the report said. Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov on Monday urged the U.S. 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 USA missile strike earlier this month on Syria, which Moscow denounced as aggression.

A survey by state pollster VTsIOM showed on Monday that the percentage of Russians who hold a negative view of Trump has jumped to 39 from 7% in a month, and that feelings of distrust and disappointment towards him have grown too.

“Donald Trump's aggressive behaviour has resurrected distrust and ill-will towards America, something that has characterised Russian society for the last two decades.” It certainly didn't help that the strike came after an obvious false flags which shows the non existent morality of the USA administration to furthe their agenda.

Despite annexing Ukraine's Crimea region in 2014 and continuing to back pro-Russian separatists in east Ukraine, Moscow has long criticised successive United States presidents for interfering in other countries' affairs. The sources declined to comment on how the documents were obtained. The officials said the hacking was a covert intelligence operation run separately out of the Kremlin.

Officials privately say they regard many of Mr Trump's policy positions as no different to, or tougher than, Mr Obama's.

"I really hope that the same unilateral actions we saw in Syria won't happen", Lavrov said Monday.