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'Mad Dog' Mattis to Kim Jong-Un: We win, you lose

13 August 2017
'Mad Dog' Mattis to Kim Jong-Un: We win, you lose

GORKA: Absolutely, absolutely. No, I never said that, I said for reporters to force our chief diplomat, the wonderful Rex Tillerson to give details of military options is nonsensical.

"But the last person in the world you want to give a missile with a nuclear weapon on top is Kim Jong Un, given the way he's treated his own people, and what he's said about us". "However, right now, Secretary [of State Rex] Tillerson, Ambassador [to the U.N. Nikki] Haley, you can see the American effort is diplomatically led, it has diplomatic traction, it is gaining diplomatic results".

Meanwhile North Korea's state-run KCNA news agency said its army would complete plans in mid-August to fire four intermediate-range missiles over Japan to land near Guam.

Pyongyang has been louder in its complaints against a new and tough round of sanctions imposed by the United Nations, with strong U.S. backing, and Washington's use of Guam as a staging ground for its stealth bombers, which could be used to attack North Korea and are a particularly sore point with the ruling regime in Pyongyang. In fact, "If we have to, we'll go to war", Graham said. "He's fourth in line to the presidency", Nauert said. "The Secretary General welcomes all initiatives that will help deescalate tensions and welcomes a return to diplomacy".

Mattis did not comment directly on the President's remarks.

'Mad Dog' Mattis to Kim Jong-Un: We win, you lose

"China should make clear that if North Korea launches missiles that threaten US territories and triggers USA retaliations, China will stay neutral".

Former California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger told The Chronicle in an interview that he was confident that there are experts giving Trump advice on the volatile North Korea situation, even if the president has been bellicose in his Twitter attacks on the rogue nation. But he says that, until that happens, the U.S.

"North Korea has said it may attack Guam in retaliation. We should also make clear that, if the USA and South Korea carry out military attacks to overthrow the North Korean regime and change the political landscape on the Korean Peninsula, China will be determined to take actions to prevent them from doing so".

There are about 29,000 American troops permanently stationed in South Korea.