For fifty years the rogue nation of North Korea has been pursuing nuclear weapons and the vehicles to deliver them. Each passing year increased the danger posed to the U.S
The threat ballooned under Obama, who largely ignored Kim Jong-un’s increasing instability and nuclear weapon testing.
President Trump has vowed to change all of this.
The UK’s Sun newspaper reports that “[e]arlier this month, an envoy claimed North Korea is preparing to launch an intercontinental ballistic missile that is capable of traveling 10,000km and could strike the US.”
The communist nation, according to the Sun, is also looking to kick into overdrive its “nuclear and missile program, including a ‘pre-emptive first-strike capability’ and development of an ICBM missile.”
On April 3 a ‘Senior’ North Korean defector spoke with NBC’s Lester Holt and stated emphatically that the North Korean leader would not hesitate to use nukes.
Such a scenario could be a reality as soon as 2020, states White House national security adviser KT McFarland.
Throwing off the kid gloves that previous administrations, especially the Obama debacle, used in dealing with Kim Jong-un, President Trump have emerged as a true Commander-in-Chief.
The President has vowed to seize the North Korean leader’s assets, impose draconian sanctions, and has put pressure on China to step up.
And if they refuse?
“Well if China is not going to solve North Korea, we will. That is all I am telling you,” warned Trump.
Finally, Americans have a man of action.