Trump says his ‘fire and fury’ warning to North Korea wasn’t ‘tough enough’
As the clock ticks a little closer to doomsday, President Trump decided to keep engaging in the game of nuclear chicken he’s currently playing with North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un. While vacationing at his New Jersey golf course, Trump told the press pool Thursday that his “fire and fury” warning didn’t strike enough fear into the dictator’s heart.
“If anything,” Trump told reporters, “maybe that statement wasn’t tough enough.”
President Trump says his "fire and fury" statement was perhaps "not tough enough" for North Korea https://t.co/tLwczNra5O
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When a reporter asked what would be tougher than “fire and fury” the president responded with an ominous “we’ll see, we’ll see”
I can’t speak for everyone, but personally, I hope I don’t see. Really not trying to see any of this shit.
“North Korea better get their act together,” Trump said, “or they are going to be in trouble like few nations have ever been in trouble.”
Pyongyang hopes to have a plan ready to have missiles strike the waters off of Guam in days.
Prior to the president’s latest statement, Gen. Kim Rak Gyom took to North Korean state-run television to accuse Trump of going “senile” and spending too much time hitting golf balls.
The general also said that it is completely impossible to have a proper discussion “with such a guy bereft of reason.”
We don’t disagree.