The animosity between North Korea and democratic countries has long been existent, but since the election of Donald Trump as the POTUS (President Of The United States) that back and forth has only escalated to more violent terms.
North Korea has been launching ballistic missiles into the ocean for the past several weeks despite repeated requests to stop.
After the most recent threat to the US, Donald Trump decided to step it up via Twitter.
In a case of which came first: the chicken or the egg, Donald Trump issued a reply to North Korea after North Korea threatened the US.
But it didn’t just stop there. When Donald Trump threatened ‘fire and fury’ at North Korea, Kim Jong-Un warned that he could attack Guam, which is a US territory in the Western Pacific Ocean.
In response to that threat, Trump tweeted: ‘military solutions are now fully in place, locked and loaded, should North Korea act unwisely. Hopefully, Kim Jong-Un will find another path!’
That’s when Kal Penn (most notable for his role in the Harold and Kumar movies) stepped in to reveal that Trump’s latest tweet might have violated Twitter’s terms. As the former White House Associate Director of Public Engagement, Kal knows the ins and outs of dealing with the media and the public.
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