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US President Donald Trump's direct threat against North Korea will have been an uncomfortable reminder for readers born before the 1980s of an existential threat a lot of them had forgotten: the terror of nuclear war.

The comments put Tillerson once again in the role of translating the president's aggressive rhetoric into more diplomatic terms, and of working to minimize the chances of public panic.

While the USA has daunting nuclear power, the Pentagon's program has been beset with morale, training, discipline and resource problems. Last but certainly not the least, it needs to be remembered that Donald Trump is an important account for Twitter. and suspending the account of the US president will send the wrong kind of signal to many other heads of state who use the platform. But, as we wrote, Trump's "first order" was not about nuclear weapons, and the modernization plans now underway were started during the Obama administration.

As tensions with a nuclear-armed North Korea escalate, it may be prompting some who live here in the D.C. area to reflect on the threat of nuclear conflict.

Klingner said that former President Barack Obama was "flat out wrong" when he suggested that North Korea is already that most heavily sanctioned country in the world.

The Department of Defense and Energy Department did not immediately respond to inquiries into whether they had taken any steps as a result of any executive action by Trump.

President Trump Just Trolled Barack Obama's Birthday Celebration Hard

For those who didn't live through the Cold War, it's the first time the threat of nuclear attacks has seemed possible, with North Korea announcing a detailed plan to launch ballistic missiles towards the US Pacific territory of Guam.

In a process dubbed the "New York channel", Joseph Yun, the USA envoy for North Korea policy and the only American to meet with North Koreans, passes messages back and forth between the two nuclear-armed nations. I think she is espousing an attitude that got us in this mess, the attitude of capitulation. Lindsey Graham says Trump isn't going to just "contain the threat".

Mr. Graham said that although he has criticized the president in areas where they disagree, he thinks Mr. Trump understands the situation with North Korea and supports his strategy in dealing with the country so far. I mean, he could have said this about Mika Burzynski's face.

"North Korea best not make any more threats to the United States".

GRAHAM: It's fair to say.

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