World Trump: Nuclear war ‘always’ a concern with North Korea

10:55  19 april  2017
10:55  19 april  2017 Source:   The Hill

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President Trump on Tuesday said “you always have to be concerned ” about nuclear war when dealing with North Korea . “Look, you always have to be concerned ,” he told CNN’s Wisconsin affiliate WTMJ.

Trump said Tuesday that “you always have to be concerned ” about nuclear war when dealing with North Korea . A senior North Korea official said Monday that the U.S. has created “a dangerous situation in which a thermonuclear war may break out at any minute.”

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President Trump on Tuesday said "you always have to be concerned" about nuclear war when dealing with North Korea.

"Look, you always have to be concerned," he told CNN's Wisconsin affiliate WTMJ. "You don't know exactly who you're dealing with."

"Now I'm put in a position where he actually has nuclear and we're going to have to do something about it," Trump added. "It's a very, very tricky situation. Hopefully he wants peace and we want peace and that's going to be the end determination, but we're going to see what happens."

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President Donald Trump said there is always a worry about a possible nuclear war with North Korea .

President Donald Trump said Tuesday ‘you always have to be concerned ’ when he was asked how worried Americans should be about the possibility of nuclear war with North Korea .

Reports emerged Tuesday that the U.S. is considering shooting down future North Korean missile tests as a show of strength against Pyongyang.

Defense Secretary James Mattis has reportedly presented that option to Congress but the military has not yet decided to implement the policy.

A senior North Korean official said Monday that the U.S. has created "a dangerous situation in which a thermonuclear war may break out at any minute."

"[North Korea] is ready to react to any mode of war desired by the U.S.," Kim In Ryong, North Korea's deputy ambassador to the United Nations, said in Panmunjom, North Korea.

North Korea attempted but failed to launch a ballistic missile on its east coast last Sunday, the latest sign of rising tensions in Asia.

A U.S. official said the projectile "blew up almost immediately," adding the type of missile North Korea was testing was still being assessed.

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