washington - US President Donald Trump has warned North Korea to stop threatening his country in fierce words. The president said the regime in Pyongyang can count on 'fire and anger as the world has never seen' if it does not bind.
Trump made that ruling at the Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster. 'North Korea can better refrain from further threats to the United States,' he told reporters, warning him of a heavy US counter-reaction.
The tension between countries has been high due to persistent North Korean nuclear and rockets. Analysts of the US military intelligence service DIA concluded last month that the Stalinist regime produced a nuclear headache that is small enough to confirm rockets, The Washington Post reported on Tuesday.
Sources confirmed against the newspaper that experts have come to the conclusion that Pyongyang may also confirm nuclear heads to intercontinental ballistic missiles, which have a particularly high range. The country could probably hit the US mainland with such a projectile. The DIA did not want to respond.