Trump: North Korea Will Be Met With ‘Fire And Fury’ The World Has Never Seen Before

UPDATE: North Korea has now threatened to attack the United States military base at Guam. 

President Donald Trump held a press conference in which responded to news that North Korea is now mass producing missiles capable of carrying nuclear payloads with a stunning and cold announcement.

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The president, with his arms tightly crossed, gave an ultimatum to the rogue state.

“North Korea best not make any more threats to the United States,” President Trump declared, “They will be met with fire and fury like the world has never seen.”

Referring to North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Un, the president continued, “He has been very threatening, beyond a normal state, and as I said they will be met with fire, fury, and frankly power, the likes of which this world has never seen before. Thank you.”

This calculated announcement comes from President Trump mere hours after the rogue state against made headlines for its nuclear ambitions, and only weeks after North Korea fired what is believed to be an ICBM missile toward Japan.

North Korea has grown increasingly hostile throughout the Trump administration, to the point where many question whether the president will reenter a military conflict with the secluded nation.

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The United States of America has been in a state of war with North Korea since June 25, 1950, and removed its troops from the country after a shaky armistice was struck in July of 1953 that led to the division between North Korea and South Korea.

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While military intervention in foreign countries was often criticized by President Trump during the campaign, he loudly and forcefully spoke out against the brutal regime in North Korea on the campaign trail, and frequently suggested China should be charged with dealing with the out of control regime.

In a tweet, President Trump later thanked China for attempting to bring an end to the dictator’s threatening behavior, but lamented that the Chinese attempts to do so were unsuccessful.

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