“North Korea is a problem” that “will be dealt with,” said Donald Trump after an activity at the North Korean nuclear test site was reported. Some observers also believe that the communist regime could benefit from the 105th anniversary of the birth of Kim Il-Sung, the country’s first leader, on Saturday, to try again, whether a missile or a nuclear test.
The Republican President repeatedly said that he would use all options to prevent Pyongyang from acquiring nuclear missiles to reach the United States, at the risk of a military escalation.
Donald Trump said on Saturday that he was sending the aircraft carrier Carl Vinson to the Korean peninsula, escorted by three missile launchers, and then a few days later had evoked an “armada” including submarines.
Such an aircraft carrier generally carries 70 to 80 planes or helicopters, including about fifty combat aircraft. Shortly before his new warning on Thursday in North Korea, the American billionaire had shown, in a series of morning tweets, optimism on the North Korean record.
“I have great confidence that China will look after North Korea very well,” he said. “If they can not, the United States with their allies will take care of it! “The United States considers that China, allied with North Korea, has the means to convince its neighbor to abandon its nuclear program.