WATCH: Top General Drops N. Korea BOMBSHELL Live On National Television [VID]


National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster has made it clear that other countries need to join the U.S. to stop North Korea’s pursuit of  nuclear weapons and reasserted President Trump’s vow that the U.S. will no longer be the “policeman of the world.”

McMaster, a retired Army general, appeared on Fox News and said, “It’s an open defiance of the international community. It’s important for all of us to confront this regime- None of us can accept a North Korea with a nuclear weapon.”

Trump has been a vocal critic of the previous administrations over the financial and geo-political consequences of leading efforts to police or overthrow foreign regimes, Fox reports. He even threatened to resign from NATO unless other countries started paying their fair share for such efforts.

“We cannot be the policeman of the world,” Trump said back in a September 2016 presidential debate. “We cannot protect countries all over the world, where they’re not paying us what we need.”

When asked whether the United States has to do something regarding North Korea, McMaster said, “Well yes, we do have to do something, and so we have to do something, again, with partners in the region and globally, and that involves enforcement of the UN sanctions that are in place.

“It may mean ratcheting up those sanctions even further, and it also means being prepared for military operations if necessary,” he said.

Trump has, since in office, attempted to form alliances with world leaders to solve such global crises as the Syrian civil war and the North Korea nuclear threat, including an outreach to China President XI Jinping.

“The president, I think, has been masterful in terms his development of a relationship with President Xi and in the discussions that led them to the place where the United States and the Chinese understand their interests overlap.”

Trump, who warned about the potential for a “major conflict” with North Korea, has also tried to strength relations with U.S. ally Japan. In February, he hosted Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, where they golfed at Trump’s course in Florida.

McMaster on Sunday set out several options toward ending North Korea’s efforts — a combination of nuclear tests and trying to develop a rocket that could carry a nuclear weapon.

He said world leaders could enforce existing economic sanctions, impose additional ones or possibly military action.

McMaster said China has shown a “willingness to act and resolve this conflict short of military conflict.”

Here’s the segment via Fox News Sunday:

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