Yup, according to the official North Korean news agency KCNA (motto: Even if we are making it all up, you'll smile and nod if you know what's good for you), Uncle Sam needs to pony up $65 trillion. They're letting us off the hook for whatever money they've lost since sanctions were imposed after their 2006 nuclear tests. Maybe even the jokesters at KCNA figure nobody's going to believe that trade sanctions could hurt a country that doesn't make anything anyone wants to buy.
I figure we should do like some of those wacky types that pay their taxes with coins. Not pennies, though, because I don't think my calculator can hold that many zeros and the Norks don't have enough people to roll them up so they can make the deposit. We can use quarters instead. Think Great Leader Kim Jong Il would be OK with about 1.6 million tons of quarters dropped on Pyongyang? Might be fun to watch.
Or we could just have Gary Burghoff and Jamie Farr do a weeklong USO-style tour of all of the North Korean concert halls that have electricity and call it even.