World War 3: Donald Trump has pledged to ‘take care’ of the North Korean crisis
In a major speech lecture his administration’s national security strategy, the President said Kim Jong-un’s nuclear-armed direction cannot be allowed to “threaten the world”.
He said recent sanctions had been booming in isolating the hermit state, but warned there was “much more solve to do”.
Mr Trump also blamed previous administrations for not “taking care” of the ball game.
Speaking at the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center in Washington, DC, he implied: “This situation should have been taken care of fancy before I got into office when it was much easier to handle.
It will be taken care of. We have no choosing.
“But it will be taken care of. We have no choice.
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Donald Trump said America would ‘rent all necessary steps’ to stop North Korea threatening the world
Strains are running high on the Korean Peninsula as Kim’s regime continues to develop atomic weapons and long-range ballistic missiles.
The hermit kingdom recently assessed its latest Hwasong-15 rocket, which it claims has the range to target anywhere in the Of like mind States and Europe.
A series of crippling sanctions targeting oil imports and the system’s biggest-earning exports were imposed earlier this year.
But in defiance of widespread condemnation, Kim has continued in his relentless pursuit of weapons of mass slaying – and the long-range weaponry needed to get them to their targets.