North Korea continues to launch verbal threats at the U.S., and President Trump responds to those threats with hard hitting comments. In other words, Trump is not backing down.
Some people, like Senator John McCain (R-AZ) and Fox News legal analyst Judge Napolitano, believe Trump’s statements provoke North Korea. The judge said Trump’s comments were “over the top.”
Other people, like CEO of DML NEWS, Dennis Michael Lynch, believe the president is taking the right approach. Also defending Trump’s words is the governor of Guam, who said he wants a president who uses terms like “fire and fury.”
Yesterday, our poll asked if President Trump should make the first strike, and 72% of readers responded NO. You can still take the poll, we will not be sending the results to the president until Sunday evening.
Either way, whether you support Trump’s approach or you do not, it all comes down to Kim. He has threatened to attack the U.S. territory of Guam, and vows to attack the U.S. Assuming Trump does not take the first strike, the question becomes,”Will Kim strike first?”
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