“I am very disappointed in China,” President Donald Trump posted on Twitter. “…they do NOTHING for us with North Korea, just talk. We will no longer allow this to continue. China could easily solve this problem!” This was the his theme after North Korea continue to test its nuclear missile capability. On Friday, July 28th, North Korea tested its Hwasong-14 missile which has the technology and nuclear warhead that can touch US soil. This is ability by the North Korea has President Trump soliciting China to aggressively step in and neutralize this aggressive behavior by North Korea.

North Korea states that its merely defending itself by showing its missile capability and strength. “The US needs to stop with its delusion of trying to harm us, by clearly understanding the strategic status of the DPRK which soared up as the world’s nuclear and missile power, and our military and peoples’ strong will to revenge our enemies to destruction,” a spokesman said.

“The US needs to stop with its delusion of trying to harm us, by clearly understanding the strategic status of the DPRK which soared up as the world’s nuclear and missile power, and our military and peoples’ strong will to revenge our enemies to destruction,” the spokesman added.

President Trump wants China to step in a defuse this situation before escalate. On Saturday, June 29th, China issues a statement to North Korea about its missile and testing program. “The UN Security Council has clear regulations on North Korea’s launch activities that use ballistic missile technologies. China is opposed to North Korea’s launch activities in violation of UN Security Council resolutions and against the will of the international community,” Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Geng Shuang said.

President Trump went further with more tweets about the United States relationship with China. “Our foolish past leaders have allowed them (China) to make hundreds of billions of dollars a year in trade” while allowing North Korea’s missile program to become a direct threat to the US mainland, President Trump tweeted.

There was no comment on whether North Korea would adhere to the United States’ request. Stay tuned.

Photo: KCNA via Reuters

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