The Hill reports;
The head of a Kremlin-run news agency said President Trump is “more dangerous” than North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un, according to a Monday Bloomberg Politics report.
“Trump is more impulsive and unpredictable than Kim Jong-un,” Dmitry Kiselyov said Sunday on his show, “Vesti Nedelyi.”
Kiselyov’s comment marks a stark contrast from the praise for Trump earlier this year on the same program, which hailed the new president as a chance to warm U.S.-Russian relations.
Kiselyov and other Kremlin mouthpieces also slammed the first family, including Ivanka Trump’s role in the White House, according to the news site, saying Kim hasn't given his 4-year-old daughter an official title.
Tension between the two nations has mounted since the U.S. ordered a missile strike on a Syrian airfield after a chemical attack, believed to have been ordered by the administration of Syrian President Bashar Assad, killed dozens of civilians.
Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov denounced the White House-authorized strike against Assad — whose presidency Russia has backed in Syria's ongoing civil war — earlier this month.
Lavrov additionally urged the U.S. to not take such “a very risky course of action” with North Korea on Monday.
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