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BOOM: Trump will NOT “Put Up With North Korea’s Actions!

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BOOM: Trump will NOT “Put Up With North Korea’s Actions!

The fat boy over in North Korea honestly thinks that President Trump is going to sit back, and watch. We’ve got News for

you fat boy! HE WILL NOT! 

President Trump told a group of reporters that the U.S would ” No longer tolerate the actions of North Korea”! So to all you libtards who can’t seem to wrap their hands around what the fuck I’m saying here is Trump’s going to blow the living shit out of Pyongyang, and send that fat boy straight to hell where he belongs! Trump

The fact is this. North Korea keeps flexing their little pebbles thinking they have something. In reality, They don’t have shit. The United States Military is by far the most powerful in the world. We will make that country light up like the fourth of July.

 

Reuters

WASHINGTON/BEIJING (Reuters) – President Donald Trump warned on Wednesday that the United States would no longer tolerate North Korea’s actions but said the use of military force against Pyongyang will not be his “first choice.”

In a flurry of phone calls with world leaders days after North Korea’s sixth and most powerful nuclear test, Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping committed to ”take further action with the goal of achieving the denuclearization of the Korean peninsula,” the White House said.

”President Xi would like to do something. We’ll see whether or not he can do it. But we will not be putting up with what’s happening in North Korea,” Trump told reporters, though he offered no specifics.

“I believe that President Xi agrees with me 100 percent,” he added.

Asked whether he was considering a military response to North Korea, Trump said: ”Certainly, that’s not our first choice, but we will see what happens.”

Xi, who has been under pressure from Trump to do more to help curb North Korea’s nuclear and missile programs, told the U.S. president during their 45-minute call that the North Korean issue must be resolved through “dialogue and consultation.”

The focus on negotiations by China, North Korea’s main trading partner, contrasted with Trump’s assertions over the last few days that now was not the time for talks with North Korea while pressing instead for increased international pressure on Pyongyang.

The United States and South Korea have asked the United Nations to consider tough new sanctions on North Korea after its nuclear test on Sunday that Pyongyang said was an advanced hydrogen bomb.

Russian President Vladimir Putin insisted on Wednesday that resolving the North Korean nuclear crisis was impossible with sanctions and pressure alone.

Putin met South Korea’s Moon Jae-in on the sidelines of an economic summit in the eastern Russian city of Vladivostok amid mounting international concern that their neighbor plans more weapons tests, including possibly a long-range missile launch before a weekend anniversary.

 

 

 

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