Department of Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly delivered a scathing assessment of North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un, hours after his country performed its ninth ballistic missile test on Friday. "He seems like someone who knows...Show More Summary
The missile launch, first reported around 6 a.m. local time, is the latest effort of the isloated Kim Jong Un regime to show military power.
After saying there was "absolutely" a chance that the US and North Korea could get involved in a "major, major conflict" in an interview with Reuters, President Donald Trump seemed to praise North Korea's leader, Kim Jong Un, in a way that may reveal a strange connection between the two. "Not many 27-year-old men could go in and take over a regime... Show More Summary
Ohio Gov. John Kasich said that President Trump ought to “eradicate” North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and his top lieutenants in a surgical military strike designed to give rise to a more benign leadership in Pyongyang, the Washington Post reports. “Kasich [...]
President Donald Trump blasted the 'horrible' trade deal between the U.S. and South Korea, threatening to "terminate" it if Seoul didn't pay for the billion-dollar THAAD.
Americans think North Korea is a threat and are willing to use military force to stop Kim Jong Un.
Ohio Gov. John Kasich, a former Republican presidential candidate, said Friday that President Trump ought to “eradicate” North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and his top lieutenants in a surgical military strike designed to give rise to a more benign leadership in Pyongyang. In a discussion with reporters in Washington, Kasich evaluated the escalating tensions on the Korean […]
Tillerson to chair Security Council meeting aimed at getting members -- mainly China -- to force Kim Jong Un into talks, and avoid war
The U.S. leader lamented his lack of privacy, and said Kim Jong Un's job is "not easy," having taken over a regime at just 27.
Donald Trump's latest interview with Reuters is just chock-full of goodness. From rumbling with North Korea to expressing sympathy for Kim Jong Un, he's got something to say about everything, even his own tenure in the White House. "I loved my previous life. Show More Summary
President Donald Trump appeared to congratulate North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's ability to control his country. "Not many 27-year-old men could go in and take over a regime," Trump said in a Reuters interview published Thursday night. Trump has praised the North Korean dictator's unmerciful rule in the past. Show More Summary
While emoting sympathy for Kim Jong Un's situation, President Trump told Reuters, during a lengthy interview ahead of his 100th day in office, that he'd "love to solve things diplomatically," but warned that "there is a chance that we...Show More Summary
Secretary of State Tillerson tells NPR Kim Jong Un has to show up willing to talk about giving up the arms: "We do not seek a collapse of [his] regime.... We seek a denuclearized Korean peninsula."
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We don't want to say our president is exactly like North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un (whom he may not be able to identify, btw), but we will say both of them would be far scarier if they weren't so comically incompetent. Obviously we don't want a POTUS who can't succeed, but considering the things Donald [...]
The Trump administration, filling the week with warnings over North Korea, is seeking to send a message to the government of Kim Jong Un and the world — and to reach an audience at home as well, with a rare White House hosting of the entire U.S. Senate as the president nears 100 days in office....
"I believe that we have to look at North Korea as if Kim Jong Un will do what he says," says Adm. Harry Harris, commander of the U.S. Pacific Command.
North Korea's behavior might seem irrational to outsiders, but the Kim regime is just taking logical actions to survive.
With Donald Trump’s decision to call Kim Jong Un’s bluff by sending the U.S.S. Carl Vinson task force steaming in the direction of the Hermit Kingdom, there have been multiple articles out there repeating the possible dire consequences of actually engaging the belligerent little bully militarily. The obscure North Korean functionary and propagandist who years […]
North Korea might be talking about building missiles that can reach the United States, but Kim Jong Un's regime already has lots of missiles that can reach Japan. So the Japanese government is preparing its citizens to be ready in case a missile comes their way -- something that could come with less than 10 minutes' warning.... Show More Summary