North Korea Says Trump Must Stop 'Foolish Remarks' or Face 'Merciless Punishment'

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"With that in mind, the thought of sending troops into harm's way and expending resources on another potentially unwinnable war is chilling".

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Trump did hint at a chance of diplomacy to resolve the standoff, but only if North Korea were to stop its provocative behavior, quit developing ballistic missiles, and agree to "complete, verifiable, and total" denuclearization.

Some global broadcasting and entertainment does reach North Korea, but it's not enough, Thae said. He also said he sees "certain movement", but did not elaborate. "If Kim Jong Un would send them back, that would be the start of something very special", Trump told the press in remarks aimed at the North Korean leader. "We must pursue every other option before even considering a massive ground invasion". It was not pleasant for them, was it?' said Trump, who wore a leather bomber jacket as he addressed the troops.

"North Korea's development of ICBM [missiles] and nuclear [weapons] is reaching the final goal", Thae said in an interview.

Recent drills over South Korea by two USA strategic bombers have further raised tensions.

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Speaking at news conference with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, Trump said: "We will not stand for that".

"He held to the same old insistence on complete, verifiable denculearization, without a plan to get there, which we didn't hear", Mount said.

Japan's constitution was revised after World War Two to include a clause renouncing war and the country spends only about one percent of its GDP on defence - half of that of the United Kingdom and a third of the US.

Some 20,000 South Koreans would die every day in the event of a US-North Korean war, according to alleged calculations made by the Pentagon.

"We will never yield, never waver and never falter in defense of our people, our freedom and our great American flag", he said.

Even though Trump seemingly focused his attention on North Korea and its nuclear program as he already made several statements concerning the matter, the real agenda behind his tour might not be necessarily centered exclusively on Pyongyang, Leung told RT.

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When playing out hypothetical war scenarios in case armed conflict were to break out, the Pentagon "estimated the potential number of dead in South Korea at 20,000 each day", retired general Rob Givens told the Los Angeles Times. There's really only one thing the west wants from Kim and that's for him to abandon his nuclear weapons program.

'There is only one way that this war ends.

"The prospect of the North Koreans actually denuclearizing is near zero", said Michael Hayden, a former head of the Central Intelligence Agency and the NSA. Trump has repeatedly threatened to use military force to prevent that outcome.

While repeatedly calling for dialogue to resolve the issue, China has also signed up for increasingly tough United Nations sanctions against North Korea.

China is North Korea's only major ally and is responsible for about 90 percent of its external trade.

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