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It’s Happening! Trump Just Send SPECIAL Surprise To Kim Jong-un That Will Destroy The HELL Out of NK

The US is sending two more aircraft carriers towards the Korean Peninsula, it has been claimed.

Donald Trump has already dispatched the USS Carl Vinson, powered by nuclear reactors, carrying almost 100 aircraft and accompanied by destroyers, a cruiser, and a submarine to the region.

Reports in South Korea claim the US President is bolstering the deployment by sending the USS Ronald Reagan and the USS Nimitz to the Sea of Japan next week.

It comes as Trump warned North Korea that it needs to keep its nuclear ambitions in check, telling dictator Kim Jong-un he has ‘got to behave’.

USS Ronald Reagan is currently stationed in Yokosuka, Japan, according to Yonhap News Agency while the USS Nimitz is undergoing ‘final pre-deployment assessment’ off Oregon.

Like the USS Carl Vinson, both vessels are more than 1,000ft long, and capable of carrying more than 90 aircraft.

News of their possible deployment comes days after North Korea staged a huge military parade as part of a day of celebrations to mark the 105th anniversary of the birth of the country’s founder Kim Il Sung.

There are fears Pyongyang is preparing to carry out a sixth nuclear test.

This morning, US Vice President Mike Pence assured Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe Tuesday that America is ready to work closely with its Asian allies in the region to achieve ‘a peaceable resolution and the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula.’

‘We appreciate the challenging times in which the people of Japan live with increasing provocations from across the Sea of Japan,’ Pence said after arriving from Seoul for talks with Abe.

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  1. KRenee

    April 20, 2017 at 1:55 am

    I’ve been following ya’ll for a bit and I have begun to look for “who” wrote the article and “who” is in charge here. It has President Trump’s name on it does this mean the he endorses it?

  2. ted

    April 20, 2017 at 11:48 am

    Not sure that Trump should put all eggs in one basket, one nuclear weapon wipes out one fleet in blinding flash of a second.
    And determing who was really responsible could take many seconds.
    Fleets imho should be scattered around world, butcwhat hell, I’m an 80 year old andvwhst do I really know?

  3. paul

    April 26, 2017 at 12:29 am

    Trumps saying hes sending 2 more aircraft battle groups to N Korea next week. USS Nimitz and USS Ronald Reagan also looks like China has cut off Oil to N Korea and fuel prices have gone up 83% this week, I am so proud that this country now has a President that will not let any one push the worlds only super power around. Whilst the potential threat of a war is disturbing, I am sick of hearing tin pot dictators threatening the USA and unlike previous recent wars this one wont be about Oil!!!!!!

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