Trump's 'fire and fury' North Korea remark surprised aides

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Donald Trump's Nuclear

- newyorker.com
10 Aug 2017
"North Korea best not make any more threats to the United States," Trump said. "They will be met with the fire and fury that the world has never seen." These remarks came in response to a reporter's question about a story in the Washington Post which revealed that U.S. intelligence agencies now believe that North Korea has developed a miniature nuclear warhead, which could ...

Trump enjoys golf with friends in between threats of nuclear war with North Korea

10 Aug 2017
The world has been watching the Trump administration's bungled response to North Korea's aggressive nuclear behavior, exacerbated by his threat of "fire and fury" against the rogue nation. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson tried to throw cold water on the incendiary remarks, even as world leaders, members of Congress from both parties, and nuclear experts condemned Trump's ...
- shareblue.com

Canadian PM Trudeau quietly sends national security adviser to North Korea as Trump vows 'fire and fury

- rawstory.com
10 Aug 2017
While Donald Trump on Tuesday escalated tensions between with North Korea by promising the United States will bring "fire and fury" to the rogue nuclear power, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau dispatched national security adviser Daniel Jean to Pyongyang, CNN reports .

Comparing North Korean and American Deterrent Threats

10 Aug 2017
Shortly after Trump's "fire and fury" comments, North Korea's KCNA carried a statement from the Strategic Force of the Korean People's Army (KPA) that threatened the "air pirates" stationed at Guam with a nuclear strike. The KCNA statement closed with the warning, "[The United States] should immediately stop its reckless military provocation against the state of the DPRK ...
- cato.org

Trump's "fire and fury" warning to N Korea caught top advisers off guard

- cbsnews.com
10 Aug 2017
August 9, 2017, 6:31 PM| Faced with new evidence of North Korea's nuclear progress, and knowing President Trump had grown weary of diplomatic niceties, Mr. Trump's national security advisers agreed on a tough statement. What they didn't expect was his Tuesday warning of "fire and fury" if threats continue. Major Garrett reports.

White House says the meaning of Trump's 'fire and fury' warning is clear

10 Aug 2017
Trump's statement that Kim Jong-Un would face "fire and fury like the world has never seen," followed reports attributed to U.S. intelligence sources that North Korea had developed the capability to miniaturize a nuclear warhead that could be deployed on an ICBM. Based on the July ICBM tests, such weapons would be capable of striking U.S. targets as far east as Chicago.
- wset.com

North Korea Calls Trump Threats a 'Load of Nonsense,' Warns of 'Absolute Force

- nbcnewyork.com
10 Aug 2017
One regular critic of Trump's foreign policy stood up for the president. Sen. Lindsey Graham, a Republican hawk, said he felt Trump wasn't bluffing with his threat of "fire and fury." Trump has "basically drawn a red line" by saying Pyongyang can't ever have a nuclear-tipped missile capable of striking the U.S., Graham said.

Maybe 'Fire and Fury' Warning to North Korea Wasn't Tough Enough

10 Aug 2017
President Donald Trump escalated his threat to North Korea on Thursday, saying his prior claim to bring "fire and fury" to the country may not have been tough enough. "Things will happen to [North Korea] like they never thought possible," Trump said. (Published 46 minutes ago)
- nbcwashington.com

President Trump "Fire and Fury" Comments Intended for China Not North Korea

- theconservativetreehouse.com
10 Aug 2017
The Left is losing their minds as their media hypes up the nuclear fear. Same thing they did with Reagan. Did you know that Trump has the nuclear launch codes? Look at his Fire & Fury comment, doesn't that scare you that he might actually nuke NK? Oh my gawd, we are all going to die! Reports that China and Russia are asking for calm.

East Asia Is Seriously Freaked Out About Trump And North Korea

10 Aug 2017
People close to Trump told BuzzFeed News they have "no idea" how Trump came up with the "fire and fury" phrase Tuesday when asked about North Korea. That language was not discussed among his top aides or outside advisers, they said, who were caught off guard by the president's use of the strong language. The New York Times reported on Wednesday that Trump spoke ...
- buzzfeed.com

Are the US and North Korea on the brink of nuclear war

- timesofindia.indiatimes.com
10 Aug 2017
Trump's "fire and fury" statement is unprecedented in US relations with North Korea and markedly similar to the kind of rhetoric that emerges from Pyongyang. North Korea appeared to call the US leader's bluff within hours of his statement, announcing it was exploring the possibility of attacking Guam+ , a US pacific territory that among other things houses strategic bombers.

Rattling at North Korea sparks fears and puts China in a bind

10 Aug 2017
There are two different yet equally justifiable reactions you could have to this fit of rhetorical brinkmanship. One, understandably, is profound concern. It emerged that Trump's "fire and fury" statement was an off-the-cuff comment that took many of his advisers by surprise. Impetuous improvisation is a risky tack while navigating a showdown that Trump's own advisers say ...
- washingtonpost.com

North Korea Risk Is an Investment Opportunity

- wsj.com
10 Aug 2017
Recent news reports indicate North Korea may have succeeded in building a nuclear warhead that can fit atop of one of the regime's intercontinental missiles. WSJ's Gerald F. Seib examines what that means for the U.S., where President Donald Trump Tuesday threatened Pyongyang with "fire and fury." Photo: AP

Trump's North Korea Statements Are a Disaster

10 Aug 2017
President Trump's pledge to rain "fire and fury" on North Korea has raised alarm across Asia, been condemned by Democrats as weak and clueless, forced White House aides to counter he didn't mean it, and even led a GOP consultant to compare Trump to the Dr. Strangelove, a movie villain, and urge U.S. generals to stop him.
- alternet.org

How Trump's 'Fire and Fury' Rhetoric Plays Into North Korea's Hands

- politico.com
10 Aug 2017
Over the past 72 hours, a teetering uncertainty has loomed over the ongoing crisis in North Korea. There's been a dizzying array of news: military exercises, intelligence reports that the nation now has the ability to miniaturize a nuclear warhead and fit it onto a missile, President Donald Trump's promise of "fire, fury and, frankly, power the likes of which this world ...

Ivanka Trump's First Tweet After Fire & Fury Nuclear Talk Is All About Small Businesses

10 Aug 2017
On Aug. 8, speaking from his Bedminster golf club in New Jersey, President Trump said that the U.S. would respond to North Korean threats with "fire and fury like the world has never seen." Many took the off-the-cuff remark to be a reference to nuclear weapons . And shortly after, reports came out that North Korea had threatened Guam , a U.S. territory in the Pacific. So, ...
- elitedaily.com

Month high as 'fire and fury' sparked stock

- marketwatch.com
10 Aug 2017
The recent testy exchange underlines mounting tensions between Pyongyang and Washington, which accelerated on Aug. 8 when Trump said from his golf resort in Bedminster, N.J.,that aggressions from North Korean leader Kim Jong Un would be met with "fire and fury like the world has never seen." Wall Street investors are fretting that the intensifying rhetoric could risk an ...

Threat of Nuclear Apocalypse Puts Dent in Trump's Winning Streak

10 Aug 2017
Strangely, though, Trump had nothing to say about the stock market on Tuesday, when the Dow Jones Industrial Average broke its winning streak around noon, sliding further amid his comments that "North Korea best not make any more threats to the United States," unless the Hermit Kingdom wants to be "met with fire and fury like the world has never seen." Gold E.T.F.s and ...
- vanityfair.com

US can 'tolerate' nuclear weapons in North Korea

- washingtonexaminer.com
10 Aug 2017
In an op-ed for the New York Times , Rice said it's too dangerous for Trump to risk military engagement with North Korea with his "bluster," which could put millions of people in Seoul at risk. While she said the Trump administration should not "legitimize" North Korea as a nuclear state, it should start tolerating the new reality.

Trump Golfing Photos Posted Online As North Korea Says 'Senile' Trump Golfs

10 Aug 2017
According to the New York Daily News , General Kim Rak Gyom of North Korea said that Trump plays golf too much, and doesn't understand how serious the nuclear threat is between the countries. Kim even called Trump a man who was "going senile," and said that Trump was a guy who was "bereft of reason." Trump was also termed to be "extremely getting on the nerves" of North ...
- inquisitr.com

Don't Be Seduced into Gambling on North Korea Strikes

- commentarymagazine.com
10 Aug 2017
What is truly scary is that Trump may convince himself that North Korea cannot be deterred once it has acquired nuclear-tipped ICBMs and that there is no choice but to strike now while the U.S. is still immune to nuclear blackmail. Sen. Lindsay Graham, former U.N. Ambassador John Bolton, and other hawks in Washington have been pushing this position, and Graham has hinted ...

Has Trump Threatened Nuclear War on North Korea

10 Aug 2017
People want to have a war with North Korea and I think it's ... For a while I've been thinking that the Trump administration was focusing on diplomacy, which Tillerson, the Secretary of State keeps talking about, and Mattis, the Secretary of Defense keeps talking about. Then you hear other comments from his National Security Advisor, McMaster about military action. Then ...
- therealnews.com

S Donald Trump vs 90s Bill Clinton on North Korea

- conservativereview.com
10 Aug 2017
Ultimately, Donald Trump was right about the weakness of Clinton's diplomacy, as North Korea now has nuclear ICBMs and is threatening to point them at the U.S . The question is, what is President Trump planning to do to avoid the mistakes of the past and keep America safe from the threat of nuclear war?

OBAMA, CLINTON AND FERTILIZING A NUCLEAR NORTH KOREA

10 Aug 2017
"North Korea best not make any more threats to the United States," President Trump told reporters yesterday after applauding the unanimous weekend approval of the toughest U.N. Security Council sanctions resolution against North Korea to date. "They will be met with fire, fury, and frankly power the likes of which this world has never seen before."
- canadafreepress.com

Fire, fury, and strategy on North Korea

- mailchi.mp
10 Aug 2017
Things have been heating up this week on North Korea, with the UN Security Council imposing new sanctions, the United States conducting a smattering of bomber flights over South Korea and Japan, President Donald Trump warning that "any more threats" by North Korea will "met with fire and fury like the world has never seen," and North Korean statements about reviewing ...

Fire, fury and fear

10 Aug 2017
North Korea said on Wednesday it is "carefully examining" plans for a missile strike on the US Pacific territory of Guam, just hours after US President Donald Trump said threats to the United States would be met with "fire and fury." (Asia Times and Reuters )
- atimes.com

God sanctions 'fire and fury

- onenewsnow.com
10 Aug 2017
North Korea on Thursday announced a detailed plan to launch a volley of ballistic missiles toward the U.S. Pacific territory of Guam, a major military hub and home to U.S. bombers, and dismissed President Donald Trump's threats of "fire and fury" if it doesn't back down. Read more...

August Guam strike, calls Donald Trump's 'fire and fury' warning 'load of nonsense Australian Broadcasting Corporation

10 Aug 2017
Mr Trump's unexpected remarks prompted North Korea to say it was considering plans to fire four intermediate-range missiles to land 30-40 kilometres from Guam, home to about 163,000 people and a US military base that includes a submarine squadron, an air base and a Coast Guard group.
- abc.net.au

Talk to North Korea to avert a nuclear disaster

- thebulletin.org
10 Aug 2017
SH: The Obama administration pressured China and it didn't work. The Trump administration similarly had its hopes pinned on China to pressure Pyongyang, and it won't work either. We need to understand China's national interest: It does not want to see Pyongyang armed with nuclear weapons, but it is not willing to bring the regime to its knees to stop it. Quite frankly, ...

Reddit Preps For Nuclear War After Trump's North Korea Response

10 Aug 2017
Trump's astounding declaration came after the US received intelligence that Pyongyang had developed a miniaturized nuclear warhead, with North Korea responding by stating that they were "examining the operational plan" of striking areas surrounding the US territory of Guam, including an air force base.
- craveonline.com

North Korea details its missile threat to Guam, says 'only absolute force can work' on Trump

- abcnews.go.com
10 Aug 2017
In a statement released Wednesday through the news agency, Gyom said U.S. President Donald Trump 's warning of "fire and fury" is a "load of nonsense." Gyom also said Trump's comments fail to grasp the ongoing situation, calling the American leader a "guy bereft of reason" and saying he is "extremely getting on the nerves" of the country's army."

Donald Trump s dangerous threat for North Korea DW

10 Aug 2017
US President Donald Trump threatened North Korea with "fire, fury and frankly, power, the likes of which this world has never seen before." Why can't those words - like so much of what this president says - simply be ignored as idle talk? As just one more statement from a narcissistic politician that never follows words with action? Because this war of words could easily ...
- dw.com

On North Korea, NY Times Is Suddenly Concerned That Trump

- rightwingnews.com
10 Aug 2017
Mr. Trump and his aides must have anticipated that he would be asked by reporters about North Korea after the United Nations Security Council tightened sanctions on Saturday after the North's latest missile tests. Why, then, didn't his team of generals -- John Kelly, the new chief of staff; Lt. Gen. H. R. McMaster, the national security adviser; and Jim Mattis, the defense ...

The US claim that North Korea has 60 nukes is a "dangerous exaggeration," a nuclear expert

10 Aug 2017
In the same report, which is dated July 28, the DIA estimated that North Korea possesses as many as 60 nuclear weapons. This is significantly higher than an estimate made by Siegfried Hecker, who is regarded as one of the US's leading nuclear experts. In an article published on North Korean affairs website 38 North in Sept. 2016, Hecker said that North Korea has "a ...
- english.hani.co.kr

Trump threatens fire and fury vs North Korea

- philstar.com
10 Aug 2017
It is an ambition decades in the making. North Korea began producing fissile material for bombs in the 1990s and conducted its first nuclear test explosion in 2006. Four subsequent nuclear tests, the latest a year ago, have accelerated progress on miniaturizing a device - something North Korea already claimed it could do.

CNN Host DEFENDS Trump's STRONG message to North Korea when former Clinton aide ATTACKS Trump

10 Aug 2017
In a very shocking twist, a CNN host recently DEFENDED Trump. While speaking with a former Hillary Clinton aide, the subject of Donald Trump's BOLD message to North Korea was brought up. The former aide immediately took to criticizing Trump for being reckless but then the host steps in.
- ilovemyfreedom.org

Just when did DIA first warn about North Korea nuclear warheads

- hotair.com
10 Aug 2017
However, defense and intelligence community officials warn North Korea probably already has nuclear armed missiles. The Defense Department's 2016 report "Military and Security Developments Involving the Democratic People's Republic of North Korea" warns that, in addition to medium-range missiles, they have six KN-08 mobile nuclear-armed intercontinental ballistic missiles ...

North Korea Calls Trump's Threat A 'Load Of Nonsense

10 Aug 2017
Members of the U.S. intelligence community believe that North Korea's nuclear capabilities may be more advanced than initially thought and the country might have developed the technology to miniaturize a nuclear warhead so it can be placed inside an intercontinental ballistic missile, a U.S. official told Abc News on Tuesday. The Washington Post first reported the news, ...
- 234today.com

Headlines full of "Fire and Fury" Signifying Nothing

- off-guardian.org
10 Aug 2017
In 2014, following the US-backed right-wing coup in Ukraine, the very real threat of a nuclear confrontation with an actual nuclear power - Russia - was completely ignored by the same state-approved stenographers now crying about North Korea's tiny disco-ball.

On Nagasaki Anniversary North Korea Threat Tests Japans Nuclear Taboo

10 Aug 2017
Security analyst Kuni Miyake, with Tokyo's Canon Institute of Global Affairs, said, "We face the threat from North Korea. But it doesn't mean we will react with nuclear weapons. I don't think we will go nuclear in the foreseeable future. Even if South Korea might go, we will be the last."
- osakanews.net

Uncle John Taught Trump About Fire and Fury

- bloomberg.com
10 Aug 2017
The Times noted then that Trump's "concern for nuclear holocaust is not one that popped into his mind during any recent made-for-television movie." No! In fact, the Times pointed out, "it has been troubling him since his uncle, a nuclear physicist, began talking to him about it 15 years ago."

Trump criticised for 'fire and fury' remarks on N Korea

10 Aug 2017
"I don't believe they [North Korea] have the capability to [launch a nuclear attack on Guam] yet, and besides, why would they want to commit suicide by attacking a remote target like Guam?" asked Siegfried Hecker, a nuclear security expert and research professor of management, science and engineering at Stanford University.
- france24.com

Susan Rice Urges POTUS Trump To 'Tolerate' North Korea as a Nuclear Power

- thegatewaypundit.com
10 Aug 2017
Despite playing a key role in an administration responsible for one of the weakest foreign policies since the Carter White House, ex-Obama official Susan Rice believes her opinions still hold weight - particularly on the issue of North Korea. Rice is urging President Trump to 'tolerate' North Korea's nuclear weapons program.

North Korea again threatens Guam with missile strike

10 Aug 2017
The US military keeps a continuous presence of nuclear-capable bombers in Guam, which would make it an attractive target for a nuclear strike. North Korea specifically mentioned these bombers, "which get on the nerves of DPRK and threaten and blackmail it through their frequent visits to the sky above Korea," in its first threat Tuesday .
- businessinsider.com

Zionist Organization of America Analysis Determines Mcmaster Hostile to Trump, Calls for Reassignment

- breitbart.com
10 Aug 2017
More Firings to Come: General McMaster reportedly has a list of additional senior Trump allies whom he intends to purge from the NSC, if he is not stopped. (See, e.g., "McMaster, On 'Warpath,' Purges Key Trump Allies From White House NSC: McMaster Has List of Senior Officials He Plans to Fire ," by Adam Kredo, Washington Free Beacon, Aug. 3, 2017.)

North Korea vows attack Trump to fight with fire and fury

10 Aug 2017
North Korea, that has been constantly working on developing a nuclear-tipped missile that would be able to strike the United States, has argued that it is developing its nuclear weapons to counter any threat from the U.S. - that hold a large military presence - 28,500 troops on the Korean peninsula. Japan meanwhile hosts around 54,000 U.S. military personnel.
- hongkongnews.net

Trump 'locker room language' not intimidating North Korea

- thehill.com
10 Aug 2017
Defense Secretary James Mattis James Norman Mattis Trump briefed on helicopter 'mishap' that left 3 Marines missing Air Force purchases bankrupt Russian firm's planes for Air Force One Dems to Mattis: Don't comply with Trump's 'unconstitutional' transgender ban MORE said earlier this summer that "a conflict in North Korea would be probably the worst kind of fighting in ...

Fire and fury' warning to North Korea 'wasn't tough enough

10 Aug 2017
Members of Trump's Cabinet offered differing views on the situation earlier in the week. Secretary of Defense James Mattis said that North Korean actions would be "grossly overmatched" by the U.S. and would lose any "conflict it initiates," while Secretary of State Rex Tillerson told reporters during a trip returning from Asia that Trump was simply using language North ...
- abc7.com

We're Not Out Of Time On North Korea Here Are Our Options

- thefederalist.com
10 Aug 2017
This is because a nuclear ICBM requires a small enough warhead to fit on top of a big, wobbly missile and withstand the pressures of launch, traversing space, and re-entry into the atmosphere. Nuclear bombs are not hand grenades; they are delicate and finely engineered weapons that will not explode if their machinery is destroyed while plunging to earth at Mach 20. (Here's ...

CIA, Director Of National Intelligence Confirm Pentagon Report

10 Aug 2017
Siegfried Hecker, director emeritus of the Los Alamos National Laboratory and the last known U.S. official to inspect North Korea's nuclear facilities, differed, asserting, "Overselling is particularly dangerous. Some like to depict Kim as being crazy -- a madman -- and that makes the public believe that the guy is undeterrable. He's not crazy and he's not suicidal. And ...
- dailywire.com

Trump to North Korea After Latest Reports on Nuclear Program

- intelligencerpost.com
10 Aug 2017
North Korea's regime condemned the newly imposed UN Security Council sanctions on Monday - the largest sanctions package slapped on it so far, while refusing to negotiate over its nuclear weapons and vowing to make the US "pay the price" for its "hostility."

With 'fire and fury,' Donald Trump revives fears about his possession of nuclear codes

10 Aug 2017
Last year, Hillary Clinton's campaign used as one of its final weapons a TV ad featuring a longtime nuclear missile launch officer who warned against voting for Trump: "I prayed that call would never come. Self-control may be all that keeps these missiles from firing."
- smh.com.au

Trump boasts of US nuclear arsenal in new North Korea warning

- asiapacificnews.net
10 Aug 2017
The Washington Post quoted a US Defence Intelligence Agency analysis on Tuesday as saying officials think North Korea now has "nuclear weapons for ballistic missile delivery" - including by its ICBMs - making it a potent threat against neighbours and possibly the United States.

Maybe 'Fire and Fury' Warning to North Korea Wasn't Tough Enough

10 Aug 2017
Speaking to reporters in New Jersey, Trump said North Korea has been "getting away with a tragedy that can't be allowed." Still, he declined to say whether the U.S. is considering a pre-emptive military strike, arguing that his administration never discusses such deliberations publicly.
- nbcbayarea.com

Obama, Clinton and Fertilizing a Nuclear North Korea

- conservativeread.com
10 Aug 2017
The announcement by the DPRK came after years of appeasement and dithering by left-wing politicians in the West. In 1994 Bill Clinton unveiled an agreement between the U.S. and North Korea that he claimed would achieve "an end to the threat of nuclear proliferation on the Korean Peninsula."

Donald Trump Further Inflames Situation In North Korea Liberal Values

10 Aug 2017
"When it comes to how we should deal with evildoers, the Bible, in the book of Romans, is very clear: God has endowed rulers full power to use whatever means necessary -- including war -- to stop evil," Jeffress said. "In the case of North Korea, God has given Trump authority to take out Kim Jong Un."
- liberalvaluesblog.com
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