North Korea openly has been threatening the rest of the world, and specifically the United States, for years. The rhetoric has intensified in recent months as the rogue Communist nation has repeatedly conducted bomb tests and missile launches in violation of international agreements, reveals a report in Joseph Farah’s G2 Bulletin.
President Donald Trump, following a Barack Obama tenure in which the danger surged but was unaddressed, repeatedly has warned that Kim Jong-un needs to fall into line and behave, even suggesting military action has not been ruled out.
But a report that has appeared in Politico talks about the situation’s difficulties.
Jacqueline Klimas explains, “U.S. efforts to penetrate reclusive North Korea have been so confounding for so long that the military likely doesn’t have enough accurate intelligence to take out its nuclear and missile facilities even if President Donald Trump ordered it.”
Trump himself seemed to note a certain level of uncertainty, explaining at a White House news conference about action against North Korea, “Is it inevitable? Nothing’s inevitable.” (Read more from “U.S. Doesn’t Know What North Korea Is Doing” HERE)