Donald Trump Pledges to Eradicate Nuclear Threat Posed by North Korea

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North Korea has been making threats against the United States, and they have many people worried that the nation — which currently has nuclear capabilities — will follow through on them. Deputy White House national security adviser KT McFarland has claimed that North Korea will have the capabilities to be able to attack the U.S. with nukes by the end of Trumps first term in office. If the problem isn’t taken care of soon, we may have nuclear war on the horizon.

Recently, for the first time in history Navy Seal Team 6 joined South Korea during a military drill in the region. North Korea responded to the drill by threatening that they will “deploy nukes if the U.S. fires a single bullet.”

At the time of the threat North Korea had a failed missile launch that was said to have exploded within seconds. Many believe that the U.S. may have played a role in the failed test, especially after information has come out showing that Obama used secret cyber attacks to sabotage North Korean missile launches for years.

President Trump is looking to China to control the situation with North Korea, but he has recently said that if China isn’t able to solve the problem with the secluded nation — we will.

As reported by the Sun, “Trump confirmed he would be discussing the issue of North Korea with Chinese president Xi Jinping when he hosts the world leader at his resort this week.

The president added: “China has great influence over North Korea.

“And China will either decide to help us with North Korea, or they won’t.

“If they do, that will be very good for China, and if they don’t, it won’t be good for anyone.”

Trump is scheduled to meet with Chinese President Xi Jinping April 6-7 in Florida at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort. We may be only days away from getting answers on the direction the U.S. may need to take against North Korea. Will the Chinese handle the situation, or are we going to see a new Korean War?

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