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Mulvaney: Trump Tweets Allude to Military Action

Mulvaney: Trump Tweets Allude to Military Action

Trump earlier told reporters that diplomatic efforts on the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula have consistently failed and that "only one thing will work" in dealing with Pyongyang. "Agreements violated before the ink was dry, making fools of USA negotiators", Trump wrote on Twitter. Trump concluded this screed with the declaration that "only one thing will work".

"For nearly 30 years, through numerous administrations, if you look at President Clinton, paid billions of dollars, gave them billions more", Trump said on the Trinity Broadcasting Network's "Huckabee".

Kim Jong Un, now and forever will be know as the "Little Rocket Man" a label that President Trump was credited with giving on his favorite social platform called Twitter.

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When Conspiracy Talk News asked him on Saturday about the cryptic tweet, Trump replied: "You'll figure that out pretty soon".

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Trump's comments seemed to further suggest that military action was on his mind. He had pointed out that any outbreak of violence would put the 25 million people of Seoul in danger of North Korean bombardment immediately. "Maybe it's the calm before the storm".

Trump tweeting about violating agreements is laughable at best.

On July 4, North Korea conducted its first test of an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM), which it claims could reach "anywhere in the world."In September 2017, North Korea carried out its sixth nuclear test, this time detonating what it claimed was a hydrogen bomb". While it's unknown what the future holds between the United States and North Korea, only time will tell if it's something to seriously worry about.

White House officials were no more helpful, insisting only that "all options are on the table".