North Korea’s “Supreme Leader” Kim Jong-un says Trump has an ego problem.  This coming from the guy with the strange haircut?

Kim attacked Trump’s decision to pull out of Obama’s Paris Accord on climate change.  Trump pulled out because it unfairly targeted the U.S. economy.

But if we needed confirmation that pulling out of the Accord was the right call, consider the reaction of North Korea’s government news service: “This is the height of egotism and moral vacuum seeking only their own well-being at the cost of the entire planet.”

The North Korean government is delusional.  If you have any doubts, here are some other official claims from North Korea:

In 2015, school textbooks in North Korea were made to include “facts” such as: North Korean leader Kim Jong-un learned to drive when he was just three years old and won a yacht race when he was nine.

Heck, North Korean news agencies recently confirmed that a “unicorn lair” had been discovered. The lair belonged to a unicorn ridden by the ancient Korean King Tongmyong, founder of a kingdom which ruled parts of China and the Korean peninsula from the 3rd century BC to 7th century AD.

Some other strange “facts” from North Korea about their late and current leaders:

Divine birth

Legend has it that a double rainbow and a glowing new star appeared in the heavens to herald the birth of the late former leader Kim Jong-il in 1942, on North Korea’s cherished Baekdu Mountain. Soviet records, however, indicate he was born in the Siberian village of Vyatskoye, in 1941.

The Supreme Leader was a quick learner

Official records reportedly show that Kim learned to walk at the age of three weeks, and was talking at eight weeks. While he was in college, he apparently wrote 1,500 books over a period of three years, along with six full operas. According to his official biography, all his operas are “better than any in the history of music.”

Sport powerhouse

In 1994, the media reported that the first time Kim picked up a golf club, he shot a 38-under par round on North Korea’s only golf course, including 11 holes-in-one. Reports say each of his 17 bodyguards verified the record-breaking feat. He then decided to retire from the sport forever.

Fashion icon

The state news reported that Kim Jong-il’s suits had become a global fashion phenomenon. His “fashion icon” status has also reportedly been transferred to son and successor, Kim Jong-un. They report that the slick, trimmed haircut of Kim the younger is being mimicked by countless youths on the streets.

Didn’t defecate

It is reported that Kim’s official biography on the North Korean state web site, which has since been taken down, claimed that Kim did not defecate.

Kim Jong-il invented the hamburger

Minju Joson, the North Korean publication, credits Kim Jong-il with creating the hamburger. According to the paper, the leader invented a brand-new sandwich and named it, “double bread with meat.”

The world loved Kim Jong-il

North Korea has a particularly bad reputation in the world, but the North Koreans are oblivious of that fact. They are made to believe that North Korea is a phenomenally important country, and that Kim Jong-il was the world’s most powerful leader. Every country celebrated Kim Jong-il’s birthday.

But these nut jobs call Trump an egotist for pulling out of the Paris Accord?

Ironically, the attack came on the same day the U.S. was named the lowest polluting nation on the planet.

The UN’s World Health Organization report on air pollution listed the U.S. as one of the countries with the cleanest air in the world, significantly cleaner in fact than the air in Germany, Italy, Switzerland, the UK, Japan, Austria and France —  and 400% cleaner than North Korea.