Kiselyov's words come in the wake of an April 6 USA missile strike on Syria, a Russian ally, according to The Hill.
Do you remember when George W. Bush declared North Korea part of the axis of evil and he said "The United States of America will not permit the world's most risky regimes to threaten us with the world's most destructive weapons".
During the interview - which aired the morning after Trump live-tweeted the show - host Ainsley Earhardt raised the topic of North Korea.
"He (Kim Jong-Un) is after all on his home territory", said Kiselyov.
If state TV is a guide, his tough talk on North Korea's nuclear program and decision to despatch a naval strike force to the region appear to have buried any Russian hopes that he might intervene less in foreign affairs than his predecessors.
Russian President Vladimir Putin's spokesman Dmitry Peskov did not say if the Kremlin's views matched with Kiselyov.
"War can break out as a result of confrontation between two personalities; Donald Trump and Kim Jong-Un".
Delivering a personal jibe, Kiselyov sarcastically told viewers that the North Korean leader's young daughter did not, unlike Ivanka Trump, have an office in her father's official residence. Do you remember when he told us that this agreement would be good for the USA and the entire world?
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The Kremlin, which has denied having a hand in Trump's election campaign, one that was markedly more pro-Russia than his rival's, drew a rare line at Kiselyov's analysis. But Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has emphasized that it would be both unwise - and illegal, under global law - for the United States to use unilateral force against Pyongyang.
In an exclusive interview with Fox & Friends that aired on Tuesday, President Trump revealed he may not be sure who now rules North Korea.
Trump, he says, "doesn't intend to use the US military to effect regime change in Syria, which is completely consistent with everything he said during the course of his campaign, not just about Syria, but about other countries".