Hyer's Highlights: North Korea and Trump
Benji Hyer responds to a listener who suggests that Kim Jong-Un may be willing to put his citizens on the line...
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In the last week, we have seen a war of words between Donald Trump and North Korea.
On Tuesday, he told reporters that “North Korea best not make any more threats to the United States” or else “they will be met with fire, fury and power like the world has never seen”: In response, North Korean state-run media reported that the country was “carefully examining” a plan to strike US Pacific territory of Guam with missiles.
The following day, Mr Trump boasted that the US nuclear arsenal is “more powerful than ever”.
As China encouraged restraint, Trump openly declared on Thursday that his “fire and fury” warning maybe “wasn’t tough enough”. Asked what would be tougher than fire and fury, he simply replied: “you’ll see”.
On Friday, he tweeted that military solutions are “locked and loaded” should NK “act unwisely”, and added that NK it should be “very, very nervous” if it does anything to the US.
The question arises as to how the United States should proceed. Listener Harry suggests that Kim Jong-Un doesn't care about his citizens; all he cares about is his own power.
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Benji Hyer on North Korea and Trump
Benji Hyer responds to listener Harry who suggests that Kim Jong-un doesn't care about his citizens, all he cares about is his own power. (4 minutes)