US President Donald Trump has issued a strong warning to North Korean Supreme leader Kim Jong-un stating that the country will face huge disaster unless they give up the blind nuclear ambitions. Trump made these strong remarks during a speech in front of lawmakers at the South Korean National Assembly.
The US President made it clear that the country is ready for diplomatic talks if Pyongyang is ready to abandon its nuclear programs. Trump also added that the United States is fully equipped for a military action if needed.
Donald Trump's direct message to Kim Jong-un
According to Donald Trump, the weapons acquired by North Korea are not making the country safer, but it is pulling the nation to a state of grave danger. Trump also clarified that the US was ready for diplomatic talks to resolve the crisis even though Kim Jong-un has committed so many crimes against God and man.
Trump suggested that total denuclearisation is the only way by which North Korea can dream of a better future. "Do not underestimate us. Do not try us," said Trump in a harsh tone.
Donald Trump also made it clear that he will not tolerate any attack on American cities. "North Korea is not the paradise your grandfather envisioned, it is a hell that no person deserves," said Trump after directly addressing Kim.
Before Trump's speech, many political experts believed that the outspoken US president will launch personal attacks on Kim. Fortunately, it did not happen, and most of the portions of Trump's speech emphasized the necessity of diplomacy for a better world.
Interestingly, just hours after Trump's speech, commentary in the mouthpiece of the ruling Workers party in North Korea said that the country will further bolster their nuclear weapon arsenal if the US continues its hostile acts.
During the speech, President Trump also asked China and Russia to stop all trade with North Korea. As per Trump, stopping all kinds of trade with North Korea will cripple their economy, which will finally result in the decline of their nuclear programs. Trump's remarks on China will be taken seriously by the Beijing officials as the President is will visit the world's largest population today.
During his visit to China, Donald Trump will meet President Xi Jinping the ancient seat of Chinese power, the Forbidden City. He is also expected to visit the Great Wall of China on Friday.