Trump Escalates War Of Words With N.Korea: “Things Will Happen To Them Like They Never Thought Possible”

Thursday, August 10, 2017
By Paul Martin

by Tyler Durden
Aug 10, 2017

The verbal “war of words” ping-pong between Trump and North Korea notched up another level on Thursday afternoon, when instead of de-escalating growing US threats (which are now backed by the US air force ready to conduct a preemptive strike on N.Korean missile and nuclear facilities at a moment’s notice) Trump told reporters in Bedminster, NJ that “if anything” his statement on “fire and fury” “was not tough enough,” in response to questions on North Korea’s regime calling the U.S. leader’s warning “nonsense.”

Trump said that if North Korea does anything to U.S. or its allies “they can be very, very nervous” and said that “It’s not acceptable” what North Korea has “been doing and what they’ve been getting away with.”

He also said that the American people should feel “comfortable,” regarding N. Korean threats and added that “the people of our country are safe, our allies are safe.”

“We’re backed 100% by our military, we’re backed by everybody, and we’re backed by many other leaders.”

Trump also took another shot at China, saying he thinks “China can and will do more on North Korea”, although that appears unlikely after today’s latest “provocation”, in which a US ship sailed 12 miles away from one of China’s artificial islands in the South China Sea.

Today’s punchline, however, was Trump threat to North Korea that “things will happen to them like they never thought possible” and concluded that “people of North Korea should be careful, or they’re going to be in trouble like they’ve never been before.”

And now we wait for the KCNA response.

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