North Korea: Trump tells troops to ‘REFINE’ attack strategy to prepare for strike on Kim

Tuesday, December 19, 2017
By Paul Martin

NORTH Korea’s aggressive rhetoric has pushed US President Donald Trump to order troops to prepare for military action against the Kim regime, Army General HR McMaster revealed.

Tue, Dec 19, 2017

North Korea continues to fuel fears of World War 3 after it continued to test missiles despite international condemnation and sanctions.

General McMaster said: “I don’t want to get into the specifics of military plans and estimates but I will tell you that the President has asked us to continue to refine our military option should we have to use it.

“Of course, we are working on that very closely with our very close ally South Korea, who is the closest to this danger, and with Japan. But what we have to do is everything we can now to resolve this sort of war.”

General McMaster – who serves as Mr Trump’s National Security Advisor – said the US needed to work hard to put an end to Pyongyang’s threat to world peace as the rogue state continues to taunt the international community with its defiance.

Speaking to PBS, he said: “The grave danger is not just the direct threat that North Korea poses to any nation but also the threat that’s posed by the breakdown of that non-proliferation regime.

“And we should point out that this regime has never made a weapon that it didn’t try to sell.”

North Korea’s Kim Jong-un has been engaging Mr Trump in a continuously escalating war of words which experts claim is putting the world on the brink of World War 3.

It comes after South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham said the possibility of military conflict still remains low but predicted a significant upwards shift in the possibility if Kim Jong-un fires another test missile.

Senator Graham said: “I should say there’s a three in ten chance we use the military option.

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