Donald Trump says North Korea risks being 'in trouble like few nations have ever been'
After days of escalating rhetoric between the Trump administration and North Korea over the threat posed by Pyongyang’s nuclear and missile programmes, the President showed no signs of toning down his language, even as 60 members of signed a letter protesting his “irresponsible and dangerous” statements. Mr Trump said earlier this week that North Korea faces “retaliation with fire and fury unlike any the world has seen before” if it continues to threaten the US, rattling both allies and adversaries and leading to the letter of complaint from Congress sent to Secretary of State Rex Tilleron on Thursday. Maybe it wasn’t tough enough,” Mr Trump said.
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