That's one hell of an understatement.
"It is a wise decision for [North Korea] not to expect any settlement of the nuclear issue or any improvement in its relations with the United States during Bush's term of office," said the commentary in Rodong Sinmun (a state-run North Korean newspaper). "Bush is the world's worst fascist dictator, a first-class warmaniac and Hitler, Junior, who is jerking his hands stained with blood of innocent people."
The newspaper said Washington's threat of persuading the UN Security Council to impose sanctions against the impoverished country would not affect its determination to "stick fast to the path we have chosen."
"The dog barks, but the caravan continues," it said. The commentary did not elaborate; anti-American diatribes are common in North Korea's media.
Over the past 4+ years, I've called President Bush quite a few names, but "Hitler, Junior" isn't one of them. Not yet, anyway.