April 21, 2024

Two weeks on, North Korea still hasn’t said a word about Biden or the elections

Experts can only guess why the DPRK is silent, but history shows that Pyongyang handled past elections very differently

Just over two weeks ago, Joe Biden jogged out onto a Delaware backlot stage to the backdrop of car horns and roaring crowds, taking the podium to formally accept his new status as U.S. president-elect. 

The news had already reached much of the world, but President Trump’s White House stayed quiet as Biden delivered his Nov. 7 victory speech. Later on, he rehashed unsupported claims that the election was rigged and that he’s the rightful winner. 

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