The relationship between U.S. and North Korea is becoming tenser each day. And the whole world hopes that it wouldn’t get even more strained. If North Korea tries to attack Trump will be forced to use power to prevent then that could have deadly results.
According to some reports, China wouldn’t get involved, if North Korea decides to strike U.S., but now they took a step further when President Xi personally phoned President Trump to talk about what was happening.
Kim Jong Un sent another unwise threat to U.S. and this time it was clear threat indicating that there might be action.
“If the Trump administration does not want the American empire to meet its tragic doom in its tenure, they had better talk and act properly. Of late, the president and other riffraff of the U.S. are trumpeting about ‘military option’ against the DPRK, claiming that they ‘will not rule out a war.’”
It’s clear that U.S. will act if there is a danger threatening them. North Korea is making this whole mess since ever and since Obama didn’t do anything to stop them now the situation has escalated. And President Donald Trump is forced to clean this mess up.
“At present, relevant parties should exercise restraint and avoid words and actions that would escalate tensions on the Korean Peninsula,” the President of China stated. This is what he wanted since the start, the both countries to be able to create a solution that will be acceptable for them.
The North Korean dictator has been challenging President Trump to see how far he will go to protect his country.
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