Trump Says 'Something Has To Be Done' On North Korea

Trump has been told Kim will not give up his nukes

GETTY WARNING Donald Trump has been told Kim will not give up his nukes

US President Donald Trump may travel to the demilitarised zone (DMZ) separating the two Koreas as part of his first visit to South Korea in November, Yonhap News reported on Tuesday (Oct 10), citing an unidentified military official.

In May, South Korea said a large amount of data had been stolen and that North Korea may have instigated the cyber-attack - but gave no details of what was taken. "I think perhaps I feel stronger and tougher on that subject than other people, but I listen to everybody", Trump told reporters in a joint media appearance with visiting Canadian Prime Minister Justine Trudeau at his Oval Office yesterday.

China, North Korea's chief confederate and substitute partner repeatedly advocated Washington and Pyongyang to modulate their delivery and get back to the negotiating table. "We cannot allow this to happen", Trump said.

He has also played down hopes for direct talks between the United States and North Korea as touted by his own Secretary of State Rex Tillerson. 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.

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And the hermit kingdom responded by stressing their right to nuclear weapons, labelling Trump "deranged" in the process.

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.

Mr Trump tweeted on Sunday that only "one thing would work" to stop North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's regime from further developing a nuclear arsenal aimed at hitting the U.S. mainland.

"I told my own staff October 10 is the Korean Workers Party founding day, that's Tuesday in North Korea, but that's Monday, Columbus Day holiday in the US, so stand by your phones", Yong Suk Lee, deputy assistant director of the CIA's Korea Mission Center, told students and reporters at George Washington University.

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