North Koreans Denounce Trump's 'Fire & Fury' Threat in Massive Rally
Tens of Thousands of North Koreans rallied on Kim Il Sung Square in Pyongyang, after the UN Security Council passed a new round of sanctions and US President Donald Trump threatened the country with "fire and fury" over its missile tests.
Footage from the Wednesday rally showed North Koreans lined up in an organized fashion behind military troops, clapping to remarks made by government leaders.
Some held propaganda placards as they marched through the square, chanting as they pumped their fists in the air.
Thousands of North Korean workers, dressed in white shirts, also angrily marched through the square while carrying the country's flag.
Meanwhile, Pyongyang officially dismissed Trump's promise that North Korean threats would be "met with fire, fury, and frankly power, the likes of which the world has never seen before."