Chinese presidents speaks with Trump, urges calm

Bruno Cirelli
Agosto 13, 2017

Earlier this week, Trump said if North Korea made any more threats to the USA, it will be met with "fire and fury". Threatening to fire a volley of missiles toward a major USA military hub _ and the home to 160,000 American civilians _ may seem like a pretty bad move for a country that is seriously outgunned and has an terrible lot to lose. They are expected to arrive in the designated sites early Saturday.

Both China and Russian Federation joined with the U.S.to approve the new economic sanctions on North Korea, New York Magazine reported.

Meanwhile, American and South Korean officials said they would move forward with large-scale military exercises later this month that North Korea claims are a rehearsal for war.

"We just didn't do it in public", she said. "The previous three presidents were not able to find an adequate solution [to the North Korea crisis], so he can't be blamed for all this". "I know we'll see, but it might be the last thing we see!"

Merkel called on the U.N. Security Council to continue to address the issue.

She added: "I think escalating the rhetoric is the wrong answer". She says Germany would work to find diplomatic solutions with the countries involved, the USA and China in particular, but also South Korea.

Colbert pounced on the remark: "What is tougher than 'fire and fury?'" he asked.

During an interview with TheBlaze on Thursday, Klingner called the president's verbal response to North Korea's provocative actions "over the top". North Korea responded by saying it was considering a plan to attack Guam and dismissed Trump's warnings as a "load of nonsense".

"In light of the ongoing standoff between the United States and North Korea, as well as President Trump's reckless words, I ask that you immediately call the House of Representatives back into session to debate legislation prohibiting the USA from conducting a pre-emptive nuclear strike without prior Congressional authorization", he said. North Korea responded by detailing a plan to fire ballistic missiles toward the USA territory of Guam, home to US military bases.

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