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Harsh Rhetoric Between North Korea and Trump Worries Investors

Harsh Rhetoric Between North Korea and Trump Worries Investors”

On Wednesday, Trump continued his bellicosity toward North Korea, bragging in a series of tweets about USA nuclear weapons, while saying that, "hopefully we will never have to use them". Whether it's the White House, the State Department, the Department of Defense, we are speaking with one voice. They will be met with fire and fury like the world has never seen... he has been very threatening beyond a normal state.

Murphy on Wednesday unleashed a series of tweets ripping Trump for his recent warnings to North Korea, writing that "A President [with] no diplomatic experience chose a Sec of State [with] no diplomatic experience who chose not to hire anyone [with] diplomatic experience".

"And you see the engagement of the world community on North Korea".

He urged the delegation to support HR 1987, the Oversight Commission on Presidential Capacity Act, writing that "serious crises are bearing down on us".

Trump's remarks came after reports emerged saying that North Korea has created a miniaturized nuclear weapon designed to fit inside its missiles. Colbert joked. "I'm not saying what we have isn't special, but it's not exclusive".

"I think the United States - and some of you may disagree with this, but the United States is on the same page. I'm just kidding", Colbert joked.

"Shut up!" Colbert exclaimed. The loyal aide went as far as calling Trump "the most gifted politician of our time". "Overselling is particularly risky", Hecker told The Washington Post.

Siegfried Hecker, the last American to tour North Korea's nuclear facilities in 2010, believes threats from North Korea may sound menacing but shouldn't cause us too much worry. They said that he had moved the U.S. closer to a nuclear conflict, with no clear plan on how to diffuse the situation.

"Trump knew [North] Korea would be a problem". "They're a US territory".

He told Nigel: "If you look at what we've accomplished with our trip overseas, say to Saudi Arabia and the call for cracking down on the financing of extremism and encouraging countries in the Middle East to take greater charge of their own affairs".



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