By JORDAN KENDALL
DONALD Trump has issued more provocative warnings to North Korea and has said that his “fire and fury” comments may not have been strong enough.
In a statement, The 45th President of the United States said:
“If anything, maybe that statement wasn’t tough enough… …They need to get their acts together or be in trouble like few nations have ever been”
When a reporter asked what could’ve been tougher than ‘Fire and fury’, the President responded with “We’ll see”.
“The people of this country should be very comfortable, and I will tell you this: If North Korea does anything in terms of even thinking about an attack, of anybody that we love or we represent or our allies or us, they can be very, very nervous,” Trump said. “I’ll tell you why, and they should be very nervous. Because things will happen to them like they never thought possible.”
The White House has said that Trumps thinking on North Korea has not changed since his ‘Fire and fury” threat.
Lindsay Graham, a US Senator has said that Trump is ‘mentally prepared’ to strike North Korea.“If negotiations fail, he is willing to abandon ‘strategic patience’ and use pre-emption. I think he’s there mentally. He has told me this.
“So I’m 100% confident that if President Trump had to use military force to deny the North Koreans the capability to strike America with a nuclear-tipped missile, he would do that.”