U.S. property magnate Donald Trump practices his swing at the 13th tee of his new Trump International Golf Links course on the Menie Estate near Aberdeen, Scotland, Britain June 20, 2011. To match Special Report USA-ELECTION/TRUMP-GOLF REUTERS/David Moir/File Photo - RTSSPMB

President Donald Trump really (really) loves golf, which isn’t a particularly uncommon trait of an older, wealthy guy. But hitting the links while the country you lead is driving toward potential nuclear war, is not exactly the best image to project to millions of Americans.
But that’s what Trump did this week, and even North Korea—the potential adversary in the aforementioned nuclear war—was critical of the golf outing. They took a shot at Trump’s ongoing vacation in Bedminster, New Jersey, in a somewhat overlooked section of a high-profile statement threatening the United States territory of Guam. 
North Korea’s General Kim Rak Gyom, who leads the country’s strategic rocket forces, issued the statement Wednesday evening in response to Trump’s claim the North would be met with “fire and fury like the world has never seen” if it continued to provoke the U.S.
Kim accused Trump of spouting nonsense and said “sound dialogue” is not possible with a person “bereft of …