Trump Tells Guam Governor Nuclear Tensions Will Mean More Tourism

War Of Words Between US, North Korea Escalates

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Trump understands China's efforts to resolve the issue, the report said, and both leaders agreed to keep in close contact.

A White House statement said the United States and China agreed North Korea must stop "provocative and escalatory behaviour".

The DPRK military said in a statement Thursday that its plan to strike Guam with intermediate missiles will be ready by mid-August and its implementation will depend on a decision by DPRK top leader Kim Jong Un.

Trump had called on Beijing in the past to exert its control over North Korea, its trading partner, on several instances. His administration had hoped China would step up pressure on Pyongyang to quit with the missile tests but another ICBM test occurred on July 28.

"Trump's DC hotel exceeds expectations making M so far in 2017 Graham on North Korea: "If we have to, we'll go to war" MORE has not yet done", Lieu said in a video posted on Twitter by VoteVets, a progressive advocacy group.

"We just didn't do it in public", she said.

Jeremy Corbyn has urged Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un to "calm down" amidst escalating tensions between the U.S. and North Korea.

Dujarric says Guterres welcomed the U.N. Security Council's adoption last Saturday of a resolution imposing new sanctions on North Korea, including banning any coal, iron lead and seafood exports, and is urging all U.N. member states to implement it.

"And your tourism, I can say this, your tourism is going to go up like tenfold with the expenditure of no money, so I congratulate you", Trump added.

Then Trump started tweeting again.

Still, Mr Trump amplified the warning on Thursday, saying maybe his "fire and fury" threat "wasn't tough enough".

"I will tell you this, if North Korea does anything in terms of even thinking about attack of anybody that we love or we represent or our allies or us, they can be very, very nervous", Trump promised.

"Don't worry about a thing", President Trump responded, saying someone with his "thought process" should have become president eight years ago.

This week, Washington and Pyongyang have several times exchanged sharp statements.

Earlier today, Mr Trump sent North Korea a direct warning, claiming the United States is "locked and loaded" for war.

He said he does not want to talk about back channel talks with North Koreans as being reported by some media outlets.

The rhetoric remains consistent with Trump's comments throughout the past week.

Chinese leader Xi Jinping has urged US President Donald Trump to avoid rhetoric that could inflame tensions with North Korea as an escalating war of words raised global alarm.



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