North Korea THREAT: Donald Trump is ‘DEADLY SERIOUS’ about military strike on Kim Jong-un

Friday, December 15, 2017
By Paul Martin

DONALD TRUMP is “deadly serious” about using a military option to stop North Korea developing an arsenal of deadly nuclear weapons, according to retired US Army General Jack Keane.

Fri, Dec 15, 2017

North Korea sparked fears of World War 3 after ending a two-month lull in Kim Jong-un’s weapons testing programme to launch the rogue state’s highest-ever ICBM.

Kim Jong-un and US President Donald Trump became embroiled in a rhetoric war after the North Korean dictator said he would target a US airbase on the Pacific Island of Guam.

Mr Trump promised to retaliate to any aggression from North Korea with “fire and fury”, evening threatening to “totally destroy” the hermit nation if it even attempts to target the United States.

The US has led attempts to squeeze North Korea financially using sanctions, refusing to lift the trade bans unless Kim Jong-un gives up his ambitions for nuclear weapons.

However, Mr Trump’s Administration has now said it is willing to sit down with North Korean officials in an attempt to hammer out a diplomatic solution to the tension.

Defence Secretary Rex Tillerson said he would even happily speak about the weather with Pyongyang if it meant they were both sitting around the same negotiating table.

General Jack Keane said as it stands the world is “heading to a military solution” to end the tension on the Korean peninsula.

He told Fox News: We are trying to impose economic sanctions. Listen, we all know sanctions take time to squeeze this regime.

“So, here we’re heading to the use of a military option. I am convinced that the Chinese and North Koreans are beginning to now wake up – this is not President Bush, this is not President Obama, this is President Trump and he’s dead serious about the potential use of a military option.”

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