White House Clarifies Trump Remark

White House Clarifies Trump Remark

Donald Trump has said "only one thing will work" when it comes to dealing with North Korea.

That got a laugh from the crowd of Hispanic leaders gathered in the East Room of the White House, and Trump' s other statements of support for the recovering United States territories drew cheers. At one point, he transitioned from talking about the Iran nuclear deal and North Korea to the failure to get an Obamacare repeal-and-replace bill passed in Congress.

GOP Sen. Ron Johnson says "there is no viable military option".

In the state dining room, this is the image president trump summoned reporters to see - the president smiling, surrounded by his top military leaders and their spouses.

Pressed on what he meant, Trump said, "You'll find out". "Maybe it's the calm before the storm", Trump said.

"We're going to continue doing that, and we're going to continue doing that as a team with the president leading that effort", she said on Friday.

White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said Trump had an incredible team around him and has achieved tremendous accomplishments on the worldwide stage by working with allies and confronting enemies.

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The president's comments do, however, clearly refute reports that the relationship between Trump and Tillerson was on a downward slide, so much so that the latter was reportedly considering resigning. Do you guys know what this represents?

"John Kelly is one of the best people I've ever worked with", he said.

The move would not break the US's agreement with Iran, but it would start a 60-day clock for a congressional review period in which legislators could choose to re-impose sanctions, putting a spanner in US-Iran relations.

On this week's episode of So You Think You Can President? we're left with a cliffhanger.

In his debut speech at the United Nations General Assembly, Trump threatened to "totally destroy" North Korea if it threatens the U.S. or any of its allies, deriding Kim as "Rocket Man" and warning he is on a "suicide mission".

North Korea's nuclear weapons and missile programs have driven up tensions in the region and around the world in recent months, particularly after it conducted a test explosion of what it said was a hydrogen bomb.