Published On: Mon, Nov 13th, 2017

Trump to give 'MAJOR STATEMENT' on North Korea after discussing World War 3 threat in Asia


The US President raised North Korea’s nuclear capability with Australia’s Prime Minister Martin Turnbull and Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe during his tour of Asia.

Mr Turnbull said the three countries were all united in their focus on tackling the corrupt nation’s “reckless” actions.

Mr Trump said when he returns to the US he will deliver “a very complete statement as to trade, as to North Korea, as to a lot of other things”.

He added that on his trip to Asia he had made “some very big steps”.

North Korea has been considered a major threat to all threat countries.

On three occasions over the past year, Japan has told its citizens to find shelter as the rogue regime launched missiles in the country’s direction.

Meanwhile, Kim Jong-un has said it has the capability to attack the US territory of Guam with a nuclear weapon in a direct threat to their arch enemy.

Australia has also been the target of threats from the rogue state for its close relationship with the US and South Korea.

It is not known what Mr Trump is expected to announce on North Korea once he returns to the White House.

Over the period of the US President’s tour of east and southeast Asia, he has given mixed messages as to his intended next steps to deal with Kim Jong-un.

Addressing South Korea’s National Assembly last Wednesday Mr Trump insisted that the US would “not be intimidated” by the dictator’s rhetoric and called for other countries to respond to the “twisted regime’s” threats with a sign of military force.

Then, just days later while in China he appeared to seek a diplomatic situation to the North Korea problem, calling on President Xi Jinping to help reign in his out of control neighbour.

He said: “The US is committed to the complete and permanent de-nuclearisation of North Korea.

“China can fix this problem easily and quickly and I am calling on China and your great president to hopefully work on it very hard.

“If he works on it hard, it will happen, there’s no doubt about it.”

He also adopted a friendlier tone towards Kim Jong-un on the next stop of his tour, telling a Vietnam press conference “it would be very very nice” if he and Kim became friends.


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