Guam senator fears OBLITERATION after North Korea trains sights of nukes on tiny island

Wednesday, August 9, 2017
By Paul Martin

A SENIOR senator in Guam has raged at President Trump after the island was threatened by North Korea.

Wed, Aug 9, 2017

President Donald Trump warned Kim Jong-un’s state that they would face “fire and fury the like of which the world has never seen” in response to North Korea developing nuclear weapons.

After the President’s remarks, North Korea said it was “carefully examining” plans to strike territories of the US, such as Guam which is home to approximately 6,000 US troops and is about 2,100 miles from the state.

Senator Benjamin Cruz, the Speaker of the Guam legislature, criticised the American President on LBC, for putting the island in danger.

He told Matt Frei: “I am worried and I am upset.

“Because these kinds of threats affect us directly. To make those kinds of incendiary comments put us at threat and our lives in danger.

“Maybe the missiles can’t go all the way to Los Angeles or Washington DC, but they can affect us on Guam.

“We cannot be the victims of another war because of the United States.”

The senator admitted that he felt Guam was being used as “collateral damage” of President Trump’s rhetoric.

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