President Donald Trump said, if North Korea continues to threaten the United States, “they will be met with fire, fury and frankly power, the likes of which this world has never seen before.”
Trump repeated the fire and fury statement twice at his Bedminster, New Jersey golf club. He said that rival Leader Kim Jong Un’s threats had surpassed a normal state.
A spokesman for the North Korean government, stated Pyongyang was contemplating firing missiles at Guam, and a pre-emptive strike if provoked by the U.S.
Kim said he would resort to clever malevolent measures that involve physical actions. The statement was in reaction to the recent economic sanction imposed on the Far-Eastern country by the U.N. Security Council. Then, Pyongyang threatened to retaliate against the capitalistic democracy thousands of times.
The Washington Post reported that North Korea has constructed a miniature nuclear warhead. The nuclear device is small enough to fit inside a ballistic missile. Federal intelligence officials made a confidential assessment in the report by the Washington Post.
The U.N. came to a unanimous vote to ban critical exports from the Communist nation, after North Korea conducted two more missile tests, in July 2017.
Google Trends reported that search engine requests about the dictatorship are increasing. This is in response to several weeks of rising tension between the free world and the authoritarian state
Cautious citizens want to know why the dictatorship despises the federal republic, and how far can the authoritarian missiles travel?
Weapons experts reported that the two intercontinental missiles tested in July are capable of reaching the mainland U.S. Both missiles were fired at a steep angle, to prevent hitting land, and fell into the waters off of the coast of the peninsula. However, the expert stated that at the right angle, the weapons could hit the continental U.S.
Google Trends reported that there is no way to know what will happen if missiles strike the U.S. However, Trump said that the Communist regime will be met “with fire and fury like the world has never seen.”
The Washington Post reported in May, that school-age children in the country are taught to loathe Americans. Experts on the subject told the Washington Post that citizens of the Communist regime “live in a war-time mentality,” and the hostile state of mind stems from the savagery of the Korean War.
The Korean War began in 1950. The North was backed by China and the Soviet Union. The South was backed by the U.S. An estimate of 1.2 million fatalities were the result of the Korean War. The war ended in a stalemate.
The Chicago Tribune reported that the notion the Communist nation was still years away from manufacturing nuclear missiles that could strike the continental U.S., is false. Washington intelligence officials stated that North Korea has possibly, 60 nuclear weapons. The nation has been threatened that they will be met with fire and fury if they attack the U.S.
By John A. Federico
Edited by Jeanette Smith
The Washington Post: Trump threatens ‘fire and fury’ in response to North Korean threats
WYFF: 5 questions people are searching about North Korea and the answers
Chicago Tribune: An alarming North Korea report and an explosive exchange
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