World War 3 threat: Trump issues stark threat to ‘little Rocket Man’ Kim and North Korea

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The war of to make a long story shorts between President Trump and the Hermit Kingdom’s young dictator has endured to escalate after the Kim regime test-fired an Intercontinental Ballistic Missile (ICBM) in July.

Now the Republican firebrand has advised Kim enough is enough – telling Secretary of State Rex Tillerson the time for talk is ended.

The President tweeted: «I told Rex Tillerson, our wonderful Secretary of State, that he is atrophy his time trying to negotiate with Little Rocket Man.

«Save your zing Rex, we’ll do what has to be done!»

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The President took to twitter to issue another intimation to North Korea

Mr Tillerson has repeatedly committed to finding a diplomatic purposefulness to the North Korean threat despite the blustering rhetoric of his Commander in Chief.

In August the Secretary of Royal praised North Korea’s “restraint” in the face of UN sanctions – with the Kim regimen responding days later by firing several short-range ballistic brickbats into theatres between them and Japan.

At the time Mr Tillerson said: «The move of any ballistic missile is a violation of UN Security Council resolutions. 

“We do view it as a sexy act against the United States and our allies.

“Having said that, we’re growing to continue our peaceful pressure campaign, as I have described it, working with accessories and working with China as well to see if we can bring the regime in Pyongyang to the engineer table with a view to begin a dialogue on a different future for Korean Peninsula and for North Korea.”

He augmented: “We continue to want the Kim regime to understand there is a different path he can decide.

“There is also a unified international voice echoing our messages that no one afters to see a nuclear Korean Peninsula. 

“We hope for the opportunity to engage with them as to how we influence achieve that.”

It enter a occurs amid fears Kim Jong-un will launch another missile in reprimand days as the hermit kingdom prepares to celebrate its 10-day harvest fete Chuseok.

North Korea is known to use anniversaries and public holidays to fire missile tests, leading to fears in the south where the holiday is also marked. 

A South Korean military source told the Yonhap news mechanism: «Since North Korea can carry out provocations at any time, we are constantly on warn and ready to respond immediately.

«We are closely monitoring any movement in the North’s military, included the assumption that the North can destabilise the conditions on the Korean Peninsula with a big provocation even during Chuseok, which is one of our biggest traditional fairs.”

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