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President Trump on North Korea: ‘Fire and Fury’ Threat May Not Have Gone Far Enough

Trump said that past administrations had not done enough to take on North Korea and that it is time a President “stuck up for the country.”
Trump also expressed concerns that sanctions would not work against the rogue nation. We never do. “We don’t talk about that. McMaster and newly installed White House chief of staff John Kelly. “We’ll see what happens.”
“What they’ve been doing and what they’ve been getting away with is a tragedy and it can’t be allowed,” Trump said. I don’t talk about it,” Trump told reporters at his golf club in New Jersey when asked about a preemptive strike. Our allies are safe.”


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“Maybe it wasn’t tough enough,” Trump said during a lengthy exchange with reporters. The President also sought to reassure Americans of their own safety on Thursday, even as he issued another stark warning to North Korea. In off-the-cuff remarks on Tuesday, Trump said: “North Korea best not make any more threats to the United States.”
“They will be met with fire and fury like the world has never seen … he has been very threatening beyond a normal state,” Trump said. The comments came before a meeting Trump held with Vice President Mike Pence, national security adviser H.R. “The people of this country should be very comfortable,” Trump said. He said the US will “always consider negotiations” with North Korea. as Trump Warns of ‘Fire and Fury’
‘They Will Be Met With Fire and Fury Like the World Has Never Seen’: Trump Threatens North Korea President Donald Trump reiterated his bellicose warning to North Korea from earlier in the week, telling reporters at his golf club in New Jersey on Thursday that his threat to bring “fire and fury” if North Korea continued to threaten the United States may not have gone far enough. “They will be met with fire, fury and frankly power the likes of which this world has never seen before.”
Trump declined to rule out a preemptive strike on North Korea, saying he won’t discuss potential military options. President Donald Trump speaks to the press on August 10, 2017, at his Bedminster National Golf Club in New Jersey before a security briefing. “The people of our country are safe.