‘We’ll see’: Trump refuses to be drawn on whether US will attack North Korea for detonating hydrogen bomb but warns America may stop ‘ALL trade with any country doing business’ with Kim

Sunday, September 3, 2017
By Paul Martin

Donald Trump has warned that North Korean officials ‘only understand one thing’
He also complained that appeasement ‘will not work’ in the dramatic tweets
US and South Korean leaders are now discussing ‘military measures’ to be taken
They will ‘show their powerful response through action,’ South Korea said
North Korea detonated hydrogen bomb sparking powerful 6.3 magnitude quake
Terrifying tremor was detected in northeast near the Punggye-ri test site
Blast directly ordered by Kim Jong-Un and was large enough to destroy a city
South Korea pledges to deploy most powerful US tactical weapons in response
It comes hours after regime said it developed more advanced nuclear weapon

By JAMES WILKINSON and JENNY STANTON
DAILYMAIL.COM
3 September 2017

Both economic and military action could be in store for North Korea after its detonation of a 100-kiloton nuclear bomb, Donald Trump has hinted.

The president remained tight-lipped amid claims that America is gearing up for military intervention as he left church on Sunday morning.

When asked whether the US would make a preemptive strike on North Korea after its nuclear test caused a 6.5-magnitude earthquake, Trump – who was leaving church – only said: ‘We’ll see.’

But in a pair of tweets afterwards, he said: ‘I will be meeting General Kelly, General Mattis and other military leaders at the White House to discuss North Korea. Thank you.

‘The United States is considering, in addition to other options, stopping all trade with any country doing business with North Korea.

Earlier, Trump had tweeted that ‘talk of appeasement’ with the ‘rogue nation’ would fall on deaf ears, and that ‘they only understand one thing!’

North Korea responded by making a ‘severe warning’ of a ‘sharp, ultra-modern strike’.

South Korea also said that its officials have agreed to make a military response to the detonation of the bomb – which occurred shortly after midnight EST on Sunday – ‘as soon as possible.’

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