Trump Mocks North Korean President After Kim Jong-un Test-Launched Ballistic Missile

President Trump on Monday aimed a tweet attack on the Korean President Kim Jong-un after launching an intercontinental ballistic missile into the sea off its east coast ahead of the G20 summit.

While a host of Americans are celebrating Independence day, the U.S. president broke off to start a Twitter war with Jong-un for launching a missile in Korea’s latest test-fire aimed:

“To end America’s nuclear threat.”

He tweeted:

The missile was launched about 9 a.m. local time, from an airfield in Pantheon. It flew for about 40 minutes and landed in Japan’s Exclusive Economic Zone. According to Korean Central Television, the testing of the missile, which is capable of hitting anywhere in the world, was overseen by Jong-un.

Leaders of the two Asian countries demonstrated their support to the purpose of this nuclear lunch to denuclearized Korean Peninsula.

Trump who is running out of patience Jong-un nuclear threat called on his Chinese and Japanese partners to discuss the issue of the North Korean missile. A White House Senior administrative officer reported that the President had put a call to Chinese President Xi Jinping warning that United will take action on its own if China won’t.

In his call to South Korean President Moon Jae-in, he pointed out that it is important for the U.S. and South Korea to form a force against North Korea.

Trump defense secretary said in June that any military solution to the North Korea crisis would be “tragic on an unbelievable scale.”

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