Washington D.C. [U.S.A], October 9:United States President Donald Trump on Monday took to Twitter, stating that their attempts to deal with North Korea have failed for more than two decades inspite of the fact that America has given "billions of dollars" and received nothing in return.
"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".
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Former CIA Director Leon Panetta calls President Donald Trump's comment referencing a mysterious " calm before the storm " on Thursday a "play for attention".
The president has previously said the United States would "totally destroy" North Korea if necessary to protect itself and its allies from Pyongyang's nuclear threats. In a recent poll by The Washington Post and ABC, only 37% respondents said they trusted Trump a "great deal" or a "good amount" to take a responsible decision on North Korea, compared to 72% who said they trusted the military leaders. Asked for clarification then on what he meant, Trump said: "You'll find out".
Conspiracy Talk News reporters have tried to get clarification on these statement by contacting White House press secretary "Sarah Sanders".
Not stopping there, Donald Trump made a cryptic remark that appeared to hint at a potential military strike.
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"We are not looking to the total annihilation of a country, namely North Korea", Mattis said.
Budget director Mick Mulvaney tells NBC that Trump's "clearly telegraphing, and this should not be news to anybody", that "military options are on the table". But Trump, who tweeted last week that Tillerson is "wasting his time trying to negotiate with Little Rocket Man", seems intent on war. As expected, North Korea wasn't pleased, which resulted in Trump sounding off on social media. The words were seen as a sign that Pyongyang has no intention to back down from its nuclear ambitions at a time when there is broad concern North Korea could carry out a major weapons test in the near future to mark the anniversary of the founding of the Workers' Party on Tuesday.
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