Only attitude matters: Trump on Korea

North Korean government shows North Korean leader Kim Jong Un center at an undisclosed location in North Korea. The world is wondering if North Korea’s next nuclear test will involve a nuclear missi

North Korean government shows leader Kim Jong Un at an undisclosed location inspecting a weapon

The poll was conducted about a week after Trump intensified rhetorical exchanges with his counterpart Kim Jong Un, dubbing him "Rocket Man" and threatening in a September 19 speech at the "totally destroy" North Korea if the United States is forced to defend itself and its allies.

Trump slammed more than two decades of USA policy toward North Korea on Twitter on Monday, saying past action to quell the crisis "didn't work".

"I think perhaps I feel stronger and tougher on that subject than other people", Trump said in the Oval Office.

"There are growing forecasts that North Korea may take about one year to integrate an intercontinental ballistic missile and a miniaturized nuclear warhead and deploy it", Yoon said. "That's a world problem, and it's a problem that has to be solved".

Speaking during a parliamentary audit Thursday, Foreign Minister Kang Kyung-wha said, "We will beef up our leading role to generate an environment in which denuclearization talks can resume".

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On Tuesday, President Trump met with his national security team and top military leaders to discuss military options against North Korea. Robert Gates, who served as Secretary of Defense for almost five years during the George W. Bush and Barack Obama administrations, said on October 9 that "at a number of different points I have to confess in reading the President's tweets that I wish Twitter had never been invented", the daily The Australian reported on October 10. "It should have been handled by numerous - not just (former U.S. president Barack) Obama, but certainly president Obama should have taken care of it. We cannot allow this to happen", Trump said.

DPRK is the acronym of North Korea's official name, the Democratic People's Republic of Korea. "In return, North Korea may be able to demand the termination of joint South Korea-U.S. military exercises and sanctions as well as a signing of a peace regime", according to Yoon. You can see what a democracy and a market economy does, and you can contrast that with Vietnam, who we were at war with, with the Vietnam War.

"Neither country has a nuclear weapon".

The Trump administration along with the United Nations has been at the forefront of a drive to impose economic sanctions on the globally isolated North Korean regime for its nuclear ambitions which have threatened the world peace.

Tensions between the USA and North Korea have intensified in recent months as the Trump administration has struggled to rein in Kim Jong-un's expanding nuclear and ballistic weapons programme.

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