Trump Says Military Is 'Locked and Loaded, Should North Korea Act Unwisely'

US wants India to make North Korea understand the situation

Trump Says Military Is 'Locked and Loaded, Should North Korea Act Unwisely'

U.S. President Donald Trump and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe should talk to the North Korean leader about what is expected of his country, Ri said, adding that it is apparent that Pyongyang's priorities are to ensure the regime's survival through a peace treaty with the United States and the normalization of diplomatic ties with Japan, as well as to bring in investment.

After Kim Jong-un threatened the USA this week to fire missiles at Guam Both leaders discussed the escalating tension over the phone. "President Trump has made it clear that it is his intention to protect the American people". He conducted two in July, so it wouldn't surprise me if there was another missile test, ' Pompeo told Fox News on Sunday.

Chinese proposal for ending North Korea weapons development in exchange for ending US-South Korean military drills has been left unanswered by all. North Korea, to refrain from the old path of flaunting power and raising tensions on the Korean Peninsula, Chinese state-run news agency Xinhua reported.

Before that, however, North Korea's military announced it was working on a plan to "contain" the U.S. air, naval, and missile bases on the Pacific island of Guam by firing four intermediate-range ballistic missile (IRBMs) to "envelop" it.

CIA Director Mike Pompeo said Sunday that there is no "imminent" threat of North Korea attacking the US with a nuclear weapon, but he still expects the country to continue developing its missile program even as other countries call on it to stop.

Trump warned last week that North Korea would be met with "fire and fury" if it continued to threaten his country. They have already done two in July, has also advanced Mike Pompeo, in reference to the two test-firing of intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBM) carried out by the regime in July.

"The current situation on the Korean Peninsula is highly complicated and sensitive".

North Korea, for its part, threatened to shoot four missiles towards the island of Guam, a strategic outpost of the u.s. forces in the Pacific, where are stationed about 6,000 american soldiers.

"The US military is locked and loaded every day", Mr McMaster said, repeating Mr Trump's threat.

In response, Mr Trump said North Korea should expect "big, big trouble" if anything happened to Guam.

Ri was long involved in the operation of Office 39 of the Workers' Party of Korea, which is said to have been established by the late leader Kim Jong Il in May 1974.

China has repeatedly called for dialogue to peacefully resolve the mounting tensions, but its proposal for North Korea to suspend its weapons programs in exchange for the United States and South Korea halting joint military drills has been ignored.

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