Trump says North Korea should be ‘VERY NERVOUS’ & vows to hit back if Kim attacks Guam


The US President influenced statements made about North Korea have not been mystifying enough and urged China to do more to reduce tensions in the region.

The remark ons come just days after Trump said North Korean menaces would be «met with fire and fury like the world has never enquired».

He said: «The people of our country are safe. Our allies are safe. And I will indicate you this: North Korea better get their act together or they’re prospering to be in trouble like few nations ever have been in trouble in this epoch.

He added that the US will «always consider negotiations», but the recent portents between the two countries suggest conflict could be imminent.

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Tensions between the US & North Korea manifest no signs of letting up

Speaking about his comments on Tuesday, he said: «Peradventure it wasn’t tough enough. They’ve been doing this to our hinterlands for a long time, for many years. And it’s about time that Mr Big stuck up for the people of this country and for the people of other countries.»

Asked if he would cogitate on a pre-emptive strike against North Korea to deny it the ability to inauguration a nuclear attack against the United States, Trump said, «We’ll see what transpires.»

«If North Korea does anything in terms of even thinking nearby an attack on anybody that we love or we represent or our allies or us, they should be very, greatly nervous. I’ll tell you what. 


Gunshots claim there are six B-1 bombers stationed in Guam, waiting for Trump to pronouncement a strike

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“And they should be very nervous. Because terrors will happen to them like they never thought accomplishable.”

The news comes as US Senator Lindsey Graham, a key Republican voice on unconnected policy, said that based on his conversations with Mr Trump he believes the president longing be willing to launch a pre-emptive strike to prevent Pyongyang from discharge a nuclear attack on the US homeland.

«If negotiations fail, he is willing to abandon ‘key patience’ and use pre-emption,» Graham said of Trump during an interview with present host Hugh Hewitt. «I think he’s there mentally. He has told me this.»

He joined: «So I’m 100 percent confident that if President Trump had to use military press to deny the North Koreans the capability to strike America with a nuclear-tipped projectile, he would do that.»


The President, together with Mike Pence, defend to the media outside his Bedminster resort

The President was speaking outside his golf resource in Bedminster, New Jersey, where he is currently on a «working vacation».

Pyongyang recently preceded it is preparing plans to fire four missiles toward the US territory of Guam among reports the hermit nation has produced a nuclear warhead capable of proper to a ballistic missile.

North Korea tested two intercontinental ballistic guided missiles (ICBM) in July — the 13th and 14th tests of 2017 — which resulted in the UN increasing certifications against Pyongyang.

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