ARTICLE 127597759 Trump says 'only one thing will work' to solve the North Korea crisis english ARTICLE business

Thomson Reuters

US President Donald Trump said on Saturday that "only one thing will work" to solve the North Korea crisis, although he did not explicitly specify what that would be.

"Presidents and their administrations have been talking to North Korea for 25 years, agreements made and massive amounts of money paid......" the president . 

"...hasn't worked, agreements violated before the ink was dry, makings fools of U.S. negotiators. Sorry, but only one thing will work!" he continued in a .

It's unclear whether Trump was referring to the nuclear option when he said "only one thing will work." A senior administration official told Business Insider that the White House had "nothing else to add" to the president's tweets, and the State Department did not return a request for comment. 

North Korea rapidly escalated its nuclear posturing over the summer. The rogue nation  over Japan a few weeks ago for the second time in two months.

Last weekend, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson during a visit to China that the US conflict with North Korea is "overheated" and that the first priority was to calm things down. He said that the US has a direct line of communication open with Pyongyang over North Korea's nuclear tests, adding: "We're not in a dark situation, a blackout."

Trump diverged from the US State Department  and said Tillerson was "wasting his time" opening up talks with the North Korean regime. The president  that being nice to Kim "hasn't worked in 25 years, why would it work now? Clinton failed, Bush failed, and Obama failed. I won't fail." 

Trump against the regime when the United Nations General Assembly convened on September 23, saying that "rocket man" Kim Jong Un was on a "suicide mission," and that if he did not back down, the US would "have no choice but to totally destroy North Korea."

Kim  by saying he would "surely and definitely tame the mentally deranged US dotard with fire." North Korea's foreign minister, Ri Yong Ho,  that  on the US mainland "all the more inevitable."

Ri also said that on North Korea through tweets he posted after the UN meeting and that the country could shoot down US strategic bombers even if they were not in its airspace, .

Speaking to reporters in New York in September, Ri pointed to one of Trump's tweets that said Ri and Kim Jong Un "" if the rogue nation continued its nuclear provocations as constituting a declaration of war.

The White House press secretary, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, rejected North Korea's claim later that day."We've not declared war on North Korea," Sanders told reporters during the White House daily briefing. "Frankly, the suggestion of that is absurd."

 

NOW WATCH:

http://www.businessinsider.com/trump-tweet-north-korea-october-7-2017-2017-10?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=referral /itemImage/127597759 Sat Oct 07 2017 19:53:00 GMT+0000 (UTC) donald trumpnorth koreabusinessnews {}

Hypegram.com is a bot that analyses online news websites with deep learning algorithms to help you discover hotnews, breakingnews and the latest up to the minute news stories updates.

Hypegram.com is an artificial intelligence bot that groups news together to detect newsworthy subjects from a wide range of news sources.

Join in the conversation today! find out what's happening worldwide summarised using one of the smartest algorithms in content curation through language processing.

Back to Index Back to Index
*Biggest Headlines | Business & Politics | Sports | Science & Tech | Design & Arts | Gadgets & Gaming | Movies & Showbiz | Fashion & Lifestyle
feedback / report bug

Trump says 'only one thing will work' to solve the North Korea crisis


Business Insider
9 d ago

donald trump north korea business news

Thomson Reuters

US President Donald Trump said on Saturday that "only one thing will work" to solve the North Korea crisis, although he did not explicitly specify what that would be.

"Presidents and their administrations have been talking to North Korea for 25 years, agreements made and massive amounts of money paid......" the president . 

"...hasn't worked, agreements violated before the ink was dry, makings fools of U.S. negotiators. Sorry, but only one thing will work!" he continued in a .

It's unclear whether Trump was referring to the nuclear option when he said "only one thing will work." A senior administration official told Business Insider that the White House had "nothing else to add" to the president's tweets, and the State Department did not return a request for comment. 

North Korea rapidly escalated its nuclear posturing over the summer. The rogue nation  over Japan a few weeks ago for the second time in two months.

Last weekend, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson during a visit to China that the US conflict with North Korea is "overheated" and that the first priority was to calm things down. He said that the US has a direct line of communication open with Pyongyang over North Korea's nuclear tests, adding: "We're not in a dark situation, a blackout."

Trump diverged from the US State Department  and said Tillerson was "wasting his time" opening up talks with the North Korean regime. The president  that being nice to Kim "hasn't worked in 25 years, why would it work now? Clinton failed, Bush failed, and Obama failed. I won't fail." 

Trump against the regime when the United Nations General Assembly convened on September 23, saying that "rocket man" Kim Jong Un was on a "suicide mission," and that if he did not back down, the US would "have no choice but to totally destroy North Korea."

Kim  by saying he would "surely and definitely tame the mentally deranged US dotard with fire." North Korea's foreign minister, Ri Yong Ho,  that  on the US mainland "all the more inevitable."

Ri also said that on North Korea through tweets he posted after the UN meeting and that the country could shoot down US strategic bombers even if they were not in its airspace, .

Speaking to reporters in New York in September, Ri pointed to one of Trump's tweets that said Ri and Kim Jong Un "" if the rogue nation continued its nuclear provocations as constituting a declaration of war.

The White House press secretary, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, rejected North Korea's claim later that day."We've not declared war on North Korea," Sanders told reporters during the White House daily briefing. "Frankly, the suggestion of that is absurd."

 

NOW WATCH:

View Full Article On Business Insider

advertisement

Similar Articles From the Last Few Days

© 2016 Hypegram, All Rights Reserved