Kim Jong Un, the leader of North Korea, has been a popular topic of conversation for years in the United States.
But it’s been largely absent from most mainstream news reports, where the topic has been relegated to the realm of entertainment and social media posts.
Now, however, there is a new title on the presidential campaign trail: Kim Jong War!
The name refers to the leader’s role in the Korean War, which ended with a peace treaty in 1953, the day before Kim was born.
The name has also been used by President Donald Trump, who has called for an end to the nuclear threat posed by North Korea and a more cooperative relationship with China.
Trump, who is also running for president, has said he would not allow North Korea to have nuclear weapons, which is technically impossible.
But he has also called for a more peaceful, cooperative relationship between the U.S. and North Korea.
In recent months, North Korea has been engaged in a series of provocations, including detonating four intercontinental ballistic missiles, the fifth and most powerful weapons in the country’s arsenal, which flew over Japan on Sept. 6.
The U.N. Security Council imposed new sanctions on North Korea in response to North Korea’s nuclear and missile tests.
The sanctions also banned North Korean imports of coal, seafood, coal, steel and iron ore.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.