Trump jokes that North Korea's threats will boost tourism to Guam

Trump jokes that North Korea's threats will boost tourism to Guam

Trump jokes that North Korea's threats will boost tourism to Guam

"(President Donald Trump is) not going to contain the threat, he's going to stop the threat", Graham, one of the Senate's most hawkish members, said in an interview on "CBS This Morning".

This is not to say that North Korea will not respond to President Trump's remarks with plenty of blood-curdling threats, but it is important to note that the threat universally cited by the mainstream media as Kim Jong-un's terrifying push back against Trump's bluster was, in fact, a threat issued for entirely different reasons - both of them involving American military forces located on US soil.

"When (Russian President Vladimir) Putin says that, you know, he didn't interfere in our election - he was lying".

"So, with all the criticism going on over there for a guy who's doing what's positive, we need a president like you".

He told Calvo: "You notice that he hasn't spoken recently? We'll see how it all works out but you're not going to have a problem".

A member of Trump's Republican Party, Calvo insisted during the two men's call that "I have never felt more safe or so confident with you at the helm", according to his office.

The president also predicted a boom in tourism for the USA territory in light of the North Korean threat.

"If they attacked Guam, or some other American interest or our allies".

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Secretary Erneto Abella, the presidential spokesman, said Philippine embassies and consulates have such plans in emergency cases particularly if these affect the welfare of Filipinos working overseas.

Calvo agrees. "It's paradise, " he says. He doesn't talk so much anymore. So you just take care of yourself.

The pair then spoke about partisanship in the nation's capital. "It should be everybody unifying behind our president".

"I wish there would be less partisanship up there", Calvo told Trump.

"Well, you're right about that", Trump replied. "I've had enough briefings with the military, there's a multilayered defense starting from Korea, Japan as well as in the western Pacific as well as our assets here in Guam with the THAAD missile defense system that American communities will be protected".

"We are the best in the world by a factor of five", he says. So you just take care of yourself.

"You just went to 110 I think", Mr Trump joked.

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