Trump taunts North Korea as China urges calm

Ted S. Warren  AP

Ted S. Warren AP

A number of Trump administration officials, including the president himself, have publicly commented on the recent threats made by North Korea, including a proposed strike on the waters off Guam, a usa territory in the western Pacific.

The comments came after Trump unleashed a slew of fresh threats against North Korea on Friday, declaring the US military "locked and loaded". The world knows that appeasement of aggressors simply does not work and never will - just ask Neville Chamberlain.

With his "fire and fury" remarks on Tuesday-which were quickly deemed "stupid" and "dangerous"-Trump "raised the specter of nuclear war" and "senselessly provide [d] a boon to domestic North Korean propaganda, which has long sought to portray the United States as a threat to their people", the lawmakers write".

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Toyota Motor shares fell 1.6%, Honda Motor shares fell 1.2%, TDK Corp. shares lost 2% and Advantest Corp. shares were down 2.6%. Ben Cardin, the Foreign affairs committee's top Democrat, compared Trump's comments to those issued by North Korea itself.

Thursday on "CNN Tonight", network host Fareed Zakaria said President Donald Trump's "fire and fury" rhetoric on North Korea was the "the art of the bluff". It's unlikely as North Korea has made it clear that it will never negotiate away its nuclear weapons. Perhaps, but senior administration officials recognize that an armed conflict on the peninsula would be, in the words of Secretary of Defense James Mattis, "tragic on an unbelievable scale".

ZELDIN: Right. Well, the pre-emptive - a pre-emptive strike against North Korea, if we had good intelligence that it was imminent, that the North Koreans are about to, with capability, launch a nuclear warhead to the United States, that is a different calculation than a situation where North Korea does not yet have the ability for that nuclear warhead, say, to re-enter the up - from the upper atmosphere.

In January, Trump tweeted: "North Korea just stated that it is in the final stages of developing a nuclear weapon capable of reaching parts of the U.S. It won't happen!"

Before that though, Colbert talked about North Korea's reaction to a new line of sanctions approved by 15 U.N. member nations and championed by the United States. We're not going to contain the threat. "There is no more time to stick our heads in the sand and think we have months or years to confront this challenge".

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"Also we know that if they hear it through the media.it can then in turn induce those negative or frightening images in them".

"Nobody in their right mind believes North Korea is going to stop until somebody makes Kim Jong Un stop", Graham said. I think there is still time for other measures. Issue fearsome threats from his golf resort.

If you carry out a launch that seems meant to provoke, we will strike back in a more measured way. There's probably a little shop that sells range balls in the next room.

"It is really hard to overstate what a serious situation this is", Risch said. Pyongyang this week threatened to fire missiles near the USA territory of Guam during an exchange of bellicose rhetoric with Trump. So they responded to the president's threat about not making any more threats with another threat.

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North Korea has a population of 25 million, with an army of between 700,000 and 1.3 million members. State news agency KCNA has reported such mobilisations all over the country on Thursday and Friday.

"Donald Trump is seriously sick".

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