Fantastic Fire And Fury

Fantastic Fire And Fury

Fantastic Fire And Fury

"The United States military is locked and loaded every day, and especially those who are on the front lines of freedom, such as those that are stationed in South Korea and those soldier, sailors, airmen, and Marines that are stationed in northeast Asia or rotate there", he said.

Mediadrumworld/ZUMA Press/NewscomU.S. Defense Secretary James "Mad Dog" Mattis warned that the Kim Jong-un regime's actions risk the "destruction of its people" President Trump promised "fire and fury" against North Korea "like the world has never seen".

North Korea said on Saturday almost 3.5 million workers, party members and soldiers volunteered to join or rejoin its army to fight against the U.S.in the current geopolitical tension between Pyongyang and Washington. China's President Xi Jinping told Trump in a phone call that all sides should maintain restraint and avoid inflammatory comments. It also said that Trump looked forward to visiting China later this year, calling the relationship between the two leaders "extremely close".

National security adviser H.R. McMaster on Sunday said the United States is "taking all possible actions" to defend against nuclear threats from North Korea, but declined to say how far the rogue regime would have to go before provoking a response.

Trump said in a tweet Friday that US military options were "locked and loaded" if North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un acted unwisely.

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"I am quite confident that (North Korean leader Kim Jong Un) will continue to try to develop his missile program, so it wouldn't surprise me if there was another missile test", US Central Intelligence Agency Director Mike Pompeo said on "Fox News Sunday".

A recent CBS poll found 61 percent of respondents were "uneasy" with Trump's ability to handle the North Korean nuclear situation.

In a short interview after the speech, Ellison dialed back the Kim-Trump comparison.

Yun Sun, a senior associate at the Washington, D.C. -based Stimson Center, argued North Korea would not need intercontinental ballistic missiles to strike South Korea, whose capital sits just 35 miles from the border. -North Korean relations and Americans imprisoned in North Korea, the source said. He added that China and North Korea understand that Trump "is actually prepared to use military force - credibility that prior administrations simply lacked".

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