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US President Donald Trump, “If China is not going to solve North Korea, we will. That is all I am telling you…”



US President Donald Trump has said the United States will “solve” the nuclear threat from North Korea, with or without China’s help.

“If China is not going to solve North Korea, we will. That is all I am telling you,” he said in an interview with UK newspaper the Financial Times.

Pressed on whether he thought he could succeed alone, he replied: “Totally.”

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Mr Trump was speaking ahead of a scheduled visit from Chinese President Xi Jinping this week.


“China has great influence over North Korea. And China will either decide to help us with North Korea, or they won’t. And if they do that will be very good for China, and if they don’t it won’t be good for anyone.”~ POTUS Trump

“I’m not going to tell you,” Trump said when asked about various strategies the U.S. could use to motivate North Korea. “You know, I am not the United States of the past where we tell you where we are going to hit in the Middle East. Where they say — I used it in the speeches — ‘We will be attacking Mosul in four months’. A month later, ‘We will be attacking Mosul in three months, in two months, in one month.’ And why are they talking? There is no reason to talk.”

North Korea is fast emerging as one of the Trump administration’s most pressing security concerns, the Pentagon has contingency plans for military action on the Korean Peninsula – some defensive and some offensive.

China is North Korea’s closest ally and primary supplier of food, weapons and energy — a relationship that the Chinese have described as “close as lips and teeth.”

But it’s become increasingly tense. After the apparent assassination of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un’s half-brother in Malaysian airport on February 14, China banned coal imports from the country — a move that triggered an angry missive from Pyongyang.

North Korea has made it clear what their intentions are and the U.S. has exhausted all diplomatic avenues to shut down the North Korean threat.  China will do what they have always done, continued alliance with the DPRK and publicly smacking their hand as if they were a child caught sneaking a cookie out of the cookie jar.

A military conflict is inevitable at this point and though none of us want to see the U.S. engage the DPRK and put U.S. soldiers lives at risk, we also cannot allow them to have a successful nuclear launch.

The United Nations and several nations already have sanctions in place against North Korea, targeting it’s weapons program and financial ability to function abroad.

Meanwhile food aid to North Korea – which relies on donations to feed its people – has fallen in recent years as tensions have risen.

But these measures do not appear to be slowing down North Korea’s ability to move forward on the military front and every single sanction placed has been ignored by Kim Jong Un.

(h/t NBC News)

AFF’s Huny Badger is a Veteran who served our country as an Army Combat Medic.

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