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Four more years: Why North Korea’s Kim Jong-un is hoping for a Donald Trump re-election

The fact that Biden leads in the polls two days before the final voting, however, means all sides have to think about going back to square one in talks on North Korea’s massive programme for building nuclear warheads and the missiles to send them to distant targets, including the US.

Biden, having called Kim “a thug” in his final campaign debate with Trump, undoubtedly infuriated Kim still more by promising to “stand with South Korea” in a strongly worded statement to South Korea’s Yonhap news agency before the campaign’s final climactic weekend.

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