President Trump Is Ready For WAR With North Korea In Latest Statement

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President Trump, in an interview Monday on the premiere of “The Fox News Specialists,” named North Korea as his biggest foreign policy concern but stopped short of declaring what his ‘red line’ might be with Kim Jong Un.

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“I don’t like drawing red lines but I act if I have to act,” Trump told host Eric Bolling.

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“I’m not like President Obama where you draw a red line as you said a red line in the sand and then lots of bad things happen and he never goes over the red line,” he added.

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Trump said the rogue regime was his greatest foreign policy concern, noting that “nobody’s safe” as long as Kim Jong Un continues his weapons program.

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“We have 28,000 troops on the line and they’re right there,” Trump said. “If he gets the long-range missiles, we’re not safe either.”

Trump, who has long said he doesn’t want to “broadcast to the enemy” his plans, stopped short of saying what action by North Korea would trigger a U.S. military response.

“I’ve been pretty well known for saying like nothing when it comes to the military,” the president said. “… So when people say well, I was asked the question yesterday, ‘well I mean exactly when would you go in, at what time would you go in?’ I mean it’s ridiculous. I don’t want to talk about it. I can say this, he’s very threatening, he’s a big threat to the world.”

In response to Trump’s stance toward the regime, North Korea vowed to strengthen its nuclear force “to the maximum” and test a nuclear device “at any time.”

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North Korean Rodong Sinmun newspaper on Tuesday— which, like all North Korean media, is strictly controlled by the state — warned that the North Korean army would “make such gigantic carriers something useless,” apparently referring to their destruction.

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It said America’s “vast territory is exposed to our preemptive nuclear strike” and that its army was “waiting for the moment it will reduce the whole of the U.S. mainland to ruins with its absolute weaponry of justice.”

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