(COMBO) This combo of file photos shows an image (L) taken on April 15, 2017 of North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un on a balcony of the Grand People's Study House following a military parade in Pyongyang; and an image (R) taken on July 19, 2017 of US President Donald Trump speaking during the first meeting of the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity in Washington, DC. Nuclear-armed North Korea mocked President Donald Trump as "bereft of reason" on August 10, 2017, raising the stakes in their stand-off with an unusually detailed plan to send a salvo of missiles towards the US territory of Guam.
(COMBO) This combo of file photos shows an image (L) taken on April 15, 2017 of North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un on a balcony of the Grand People's Study House following a military parade in Pyongyang; and an image (R) taken on July 19, 2017 of US President Donald Trump speaking during the first meeting of the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity in Washington, DC. Nuclear-armed North Korea mocked President Donald Trump as "bereft of reason" on August 10, 2017, raising the stakes in their stand-off with an unusually detailed plan to send a salvo of missiles towards the US territory of Guam. SAUL LOEB AFP/Getty Images
(COMBO) This combo of file photos shows an image (L) taken on April 15, 2017 of North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un on a balcony of the Grand People's Study House following a military parade in Pyongyang; and an image (R) taken on July 19, 2017 of US President Donald Trump speaking during the first meeting of the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity in Washington, DC. Nuclear-armed North Korea mocked President Donald Trump as "bereft of reason" on August 10, 2017, raising the stakes in their stand-off with an unusually detailed plan to send a salvo of missiles towards the US territory of Guam. SAUL LOEB AFP/Getty Images

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