North Korea has turned into a major issue for world leaders, and everyone is now discussing over the potential solution to the problem. Kim Jong-un is determined to proceed with his nuclear testing, and President Donald Trump doesn’t like it at all. Well, nobody likes this, because Jong-un may easily initiate a war.
The North Korean dictator dreams of constructing an intercontinental ballistic missile. This means that he could easily attack the United States and Japan. President Trump met with several world leaders, and they all agreed that the problem needs to be solved as soon as possible.
Our President hopes that China could force Jong-un to give up on his nuclear testing. However, we all saw Jong-un launching his latest missile on July 4th. Is this a coincidence? I don’t think so. Kim Jong-un said that this was his gift for “American b******s on their Independence Day.”
Jesse Watters, co-host of “The Five” says that our country’s options for Kim Jong-un are dwindling, adding that the assassination of dictator or the overthrow of his government are some of the options.
North Korea may construct the missile, and attack the Pacific coast, including Alaska and Hawaii. President Donald Trump won’t allow this, and he assured everyone that the US military is already working on the plans. Our officials will be ready to act in case Jong-un proceeds with the testing.
“Preemptive strikes I believe are too risky. It’s too dangerous and too many people will die. I think the only legitimate option is an assassination attempt or a coup. But that possibility is probably the most difficult. I think a decapitation strategy is the best strategy. Ultimately this is a big test for Donald Trump,” Watters said.
If Kim Jong-un achieves his goal, the missiles could reach San Francisco and even Los Angeles. President Trump should stop this, and teach Jong-un a lesson.
What do you think about the comments Jesse Watters made? Do you think he shouldn’t say anything like this? How will President Trump solve the problem with North Korea and Jong-un’s nuclear testing?