30 July 2017


Trump turns on China: 

Furious president says country could 'easily' solve problem with North Korea but does nothing to help America except 'talk' as he dispatches two B-1 bombers to Korean Peninsula

Trump took to Twitter on Saturday night to call out past American leaders who he believes went lax on China helping out with the growing North Korea problem. Kim Jong-Un successfully launched a missile on Friday that experts said could reach the US (top). Trump wrote that leaders had allowed China to make hundreds of billions a year in trade but that 'they do NOTHING for us with North Korea, just talk.’

  • President Trump slammed China in a series of tweets on Saturday night.
  • He blames past American leaders for 'allowing' China to profit off trade and not helping with North Korea in return.
  • Trump said China could 'easily' solve the problem if the country wanted to.
  • North Korea launched a successful missile that landed near Japan on Friday
  • Experts claim the country can reach mainland US cities with the weapons
  • Hours later, the U.S. flew two B-1B bombers over the Korean peninsula, joined by Japanese and South Korean fighter jets, in a show of force

North Korea tests missile that could threaten Los Angeles, Chicago or New York CBSnews

WASHINGTON -- North Korea launched another sophisticated missile Friday, one that could potentially hit the mainland U.S. The rare late-night launch sent a ballistic missile into space. It remained airborne for more than 40 minutes, flying 1,000 kilometers due east before splashing into the Sea of Japan. It was the second successful intercontinental ballistic missile test within the past month, and it flew longer and farther than any previous missile.

Donald Trump will attack weapons site in North Korea 'within the next year' after communist state said it had successfully fired a ballistic missile
(is this a leak?)

Donald Trump is poised to order a military strike against North Korea ‘within the next year’ after the communist state said it had successfully fired a ballistic missile capable of hitting the US mainland.

Senior military sources in Washington DC told The Mail on Sunday that Pentagon officials have laid out plans to obliterate a nuclear weapons facility operating deep within a mountain in the rogue state.
(is this fake news?)

Source:  DailyMail (no link)

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