Last month, when the standoff between North Korea and the United States over Pyongyang's ballistic missile and nuclear weapons programs reached its peak, Trump threatened North Korean leader Kim Jong-un with "fire and fury the world has never seen".
In the statement released Thursday, Kim also said North Korea is considering the strongest possible response to what he called Trump's provocation.
A senior US diplomat says a North Korean hydrogen bomb test in the Pacific would be an "unprecedented act of aggression" by the communist nation.
"Trump's insults make our rocket's visit to the entire U.S. mainland inevitable all the more", the Independent quoted Yong Ho as saying.
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Kim has retaliated and called out the Speech of President as a rude and prudent speech.
Two days ago, Antonio Guterres, the UN Secretary-General warned world leaders to take the threat of "nuclear peril" seriously even as he discouraged "fiery talk" on North Korea.
He said: "For much too long North Korea has been allowed to abuse the worldwide financial system to facilitate funding for its nuclear weapons and missile programs".
Following Trump's threat of "fire and fury" over Pyongyang's missile programme in August, the North said it was considering strikes near United States strategic military installations in the Pacific territory of Guam. It was the first time for a North Korean leader to issue such a direct statement against a U.S. president, dramatically escalating the war of words between the former wartime foes and raising the global nuclear standoff to a new level.
The president then went back to his latest nickname for the North Korean leader, saying, "Rocket man is on a suicide mission for himself and for his regime".
"Foreign financial institutions must choose between doing business with the United States or facilitating trade with North Korea or its designated supporters", the order says.