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the world has never ever seen.
“However according to his advisors, Mr. Trump has actually used that phrase consistently in private conversations about North Korea. The president had actually been frustrated that the media had actually not provided more focus on his success in winning an unanimous vote
by the United Nations Security Council< a href= "https://www.nytimes.com/2017/08/05/world/asia/north-korea-sanctions-united-nations.html" > to enforce more sanctions on North Korea. After making his public statement, Mr. Trump headed into an hourlong meeting on opioids, but his national security team huddled to find out the best ways to proceed. Mr. Tillerson became the apparent choice to soothe the waters, which he did during a refueling drop in Guam, the same island threatened by North Korea.”I think Americans should sleep well during the night, have no concerns about this specific rhetoric of the last couple of days ,” Mr. Tillerson told press reporters. He added:”Nothing I have seen and absolutely nothing I know of would show that circumstance has significantly altered in the last 24 hours.
“In result, Mr. Trump and Mr. Tillerson became something of a good-cop-bad-cop combination– but that was more of an after-the-fact improvisation by the president’s team than an intentional strategy.Still, other aides did not back off the sharp language.”He’s stating don’t check America and do not test Donald J. Trump,”Sebastian K. Gorka, a hard-line advisor, told Fox News on Wednesday.”We are not simply the superpower. We were a superpower, we are now a hyper-power. No one worldwide, especially not North Korea comes close to challenging our military capabilities.”Continue reading the primary story