Trump Sends BRUTAL Message To Kim Jong-Un Immediately After Missile Launch [VIDEO]

Trump Sends BRUTAL Message To Kim Jong-Un Immediately After Missile Launch [VIDEO]

It looks like President Trump has had enough of North Korea’s antics.

After the launch of a missile on Wednesday, President Trump announced on Twitter the cooperation he is receiving from the Chinese government.

“Just spoke to President XI JINPING of China concerning the provocative actions of North Korea,” Trump tweeted. “Additional major sanctions will be imposed on North Korea today. This situation will be handled!”

The President didn’t stop with just a tweet. He took a shot at the North Korean dictator during a speech he gave in Missouri.

“Little Rocket Man… he is a sick puppy,” jabbed the President amidst his talk on tax cuts.

The White House released a statement concerning a phone conversation between Trump and Xi. It asserted, “The determination of the United States to defend ourselves and our allies.” The statement also said the President “emphasized the need for China to use all available levers to convince North Korea to end its provocations and return to the path of denuclearization” on the phone call.

Some others of the Trump administration weighed in on the matter. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson talked of potential sanctions against the country.

“We have a long list of additional potential sanctions. Some of which involve additional financial institutions,” Tillerson said Wednesday.

White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders added that the administration wants “to do everything we can to put maximum pressure” on the North Korean regime.

During a press gathering on Trump’s flight to Missouri, White House Deputy Principal Press Secretary Raj Shah told a crowd of journalists that the “North Korean threat is very grave.”

“It’s not just a threat to the United States or a threat to the region — or the Korean Peninsula region, but a threat to the entire world and the civilized world,” Shah said. He also added the White House was “encouraged that more countries are taking more significant steps to help apply as much maximum pressure as we can on North Korea.”

Although Shah was unwilling to name any specific sanctions the administration would take, he said, “The maximum pressure campaign that the United States has been a big part of has really yielded a lot of results. We’ve seen the toughest sanctions ever imposed on North Korea that the Chinese and Russians have signed onto. We’ve seen China restrict energy shipments to North Korea.”

“We’re seeing dozens of countries engage in different efforts in their bilateral ties with North Korea to cut off both energy, economic ties, and diplomatic ties.”

Only time will tell if this threat is real, or if it is just another ploy for attention and money from the North Koreans.

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