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A INCHHIR HIAN BAN A CHEN ANG; DONALD TRUMP

A INCHHIR HIAN BAN A CHEN ANG; DONALD TRUMP

President Donald Trump chuan North Korea chu na takin a vau chhunzawm zel a, Guam thliarkarah thil ţha lo a thleng a nih ngai chuan he mihring  hi a inchhir rang khawp ang a, a inchhir hian ban a chen ang, a ti.

Mr Trump chuan US hian hei aia na zawk hian North Korea hi sumdawnna kawngah pawh a la hrek thei a ni, a ti bawk.

Nimin thlaia Bedminster, New Jersey-a  ama mimal  golf club-a thu a sawinaah Trump chuan he dinhmun hlauhthawnawm tak chungchang hi  Chinese President Xi Jinping a sawipui tur thu a sawi bawk a ni.

Kei aia remna duh  mihring hi he lei chinah hian an awm lo vang tih hi inhriat loh ka duh lo ve, a ti a, North Korea hian at a so a nih chuan bei ngal turin kan in peih at tawh a, silai kan kau sa reng tawh a ni tih pawh a lo sawi tawh bawk a ni.

Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov chuan US leh North Korea invau tawn reng hian min timangang nasa hle a ni a ti a, China nen an inkara palai hna thawh a hreh loh thu a sawi a, German Chancellor Angela Merkel pawihin ţawngkam dengkhawng tak taka insai reng hi inremna kawng dik a ni lo a lo ti ve mek bawk a ni.

Donald Trump chuan ka thusawi hi a chiang fek fawk hlein ka hria a, North Korea hian a hriatthiam ngei ka beisei a ni, a ti bawk a ni.

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Donald Trump thu sawi lian hian a sir tawn tawnah Secretary of State Rex Tillerson leh US ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley te an ding a ni.

TRUMP THREATENS NORTH KOREA WITH “BIG TROUBLE” OVER GUAM

President Donald Trump has warned North Korea to expect “big, big trouble” if anything happens to the US territory of Guam.

Speaking at his Bedminister, New Jersey golf resort, he promised the territory would be “very safe, believe me”.

Mr Trump said the US could impose further sanctions, “as strong as they get”, on North Korea.

He said he would speak to Chinese President Xi Jinping on Friday evening about the “very dangerous” situation.

“Hopefully, it will all work out,” Mr Trump said, striking an upbeat tone after a day of rhetorical brinkmanship.

“Nobody loves a peaceful solution better than President Trump, that I can tell you.”

Earlier on Friday, the president said the US military was “locked and loaded” to deal with North Korea, should the need arise.

“Military solutions are now fully in place, locked and loaded, should North Korea act unwisely. Hopefully Kim Jong-un will find another path!” he tweeted.

He spoke as Pyongyang accused him of “driving” the Korean peninsula to the “brink of a nuclear war”.

North Korea has announced plans to fire missiles near the US territory of Guam.

Moscow said the exchange of threats between Washington and Pyongyang “worry us very much”.

Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov rated the risk of military conflict as “very high” as he put forward a joint Russian-Chinese plan to defuse the crisis.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel said there was no military solution, and “an escalation of the rhetoric is the wrong answer.”

Asked about his “locked and loaded” tweet on Friday, Mr Trump told reporters: “I hope that they [North Korea] are going to fully understand the gravity of what I said, and what I said is what I mean… those words are very, very easy to understand.”

He added: “If he [Kim Jong-un] utters one threat in the form of an overt threat… with respect to Guam or anyplace else that’s an American territory or an American ally he will truly regret it and he will regret it fast.”

Earlier in the week, Mr Trump threatened to rain “fire and fury” on Pyongyang.

On Friday, North Korea’s official KCNA news agency accused Washington of a “criminal attempt to impose nuclear disaster upon the Korean nation”.

Pyongyang’s media outlet said America was making “desperate efforts” to test weapons in the Korean peninsula.

The US is “the mastermind of nuclear threat, the heinous nuclear war fanatic”, the report said.

The regime was further angered by last week’s UN decision to increase economic sanctions against it.

North Korea said it was finalising a plan to fire medium-to-long-range rockets towards Guam, where US strategic bombers are based, along with more than 160,000 US citizens.

There has been no indication that any actual attack on the Pacific island is imminent.

On Thursday Mr Trump suggested that his own statements on North Korea had not been tough enough, warning the regime to be “very, very nervous

However, he added that the US would always consider negotiations.

He also chided the North’s closest ally, China, saying it could do “a lot more”.

China’s state-run Global Times newspaper wrote that Beijing should stay neutral if North Korea launches an attack that threatens the US.

But it also said that if the US and South Korea attacked North Korea to force regime change, then China must intervene to prevent it.

TRUMP WARNS NORTH KOREA AGAINST MAKING ‘OVERT’ THREATS

STORY HIGHLIGHTS

  • “This man will not get away with what he is doing,” Trump said
  • “I hope they are going to fully understand the gravity of what I said,” he added

(CNN)President Donald Trump stood by his bellicose rhetoric on North Korea Friday, telling leader Kim Jong Un he “will truly regret it and he will regret it fast” if he issues an overt threat or attacks Guam or a US ally.

“This man will not get away with what he is doing,” Trump told reporters. “If he utters one threat in the form of an overt threat … or if he does anything with respect to Guam, or any place else that is an American territory or an America ally, he will truly regret it and he will regret it fast.”

Trump’s 17-day working vacation in suburban New Jersey has been dominated by an uptick in rhetoric with North Korea, with Trump first promising “fire and fury” if the rogue nation continued to threaten the United States. Trump stood by that statement on Thursday, saying that it may have not been tough enough.

On Friday, during a meeting on workforce development at his private golf club in Bedminster, New Jersey, Trump reiterated his sharp words against the communist country.

“I hope they are going to fully understand the gravity of what I said. And what I said is what I mean,” Trump said, adding that his statements’ significance was “pretty obvious” and his administration is looking “very carefully” at possible future actions against North Korea.

In response to Trump’s comments, North Korean officials have indicated they plan to strike near Guam with missiles by the end of this month, a threat that has ratcheted up concerns within the Trump administration.

Trump also blamed his predecessors for discord in the Korean peninsula, saying that the current rhetoric is an extension of past failures and he has no choice but to respond to the rogue nation.

“We want to talk about a country that has misbehaved for many, many years, decades actually, through numerous administrations and they didn’t want to take on the issue,” he said. “I have no choice to take it on — and I am taking it on — and we will either be very, very successfully quickly or we are going to be very, very successful in a different way, quickl

 

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