U.S. President Trump warns North Korea to make a deal or face the full range of U.S. Military power

- U.S. President Trump warns North Korea to make a deal or face the full range of U.S. Military power.

- Trump calls on Kim Jong-Un to make a deal with world powers to end the nuclear standoff.

- We cannot allow North Korea to destroy everything we built.
President of the United States Donald Trump has stated that he is prepared to
use the full range of U.S. military power to stop any attack from North Korea. Trump however, made an unusual call as he urged the North Korean government to come to the negotiation table and make a deal.

Speaking on North Korea’s doorstep during a visit to Seoul, Trump said that while “we hope to God” not to have to resort to the use of full U.S. military might, he was ready to do whatever was necessary to prevent the “North Korean dictator” from threatening millions of lives.

“We cannot allow North Korea to threaten all that we have built,” Trump said after talks with South Korean President Moon Jae-in, who has supported diplomatic outreach to Pyongyang.

But at times taking a more measured, less confrontational tone, Trump also urged North Korea to “do the right thing” and added that: “I do see some movement,” though he declined to elaborate.

“It really makes sense for North Korea to come to the table and make a deal,” Trump told reporters at a joint news conference with Moon.

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