Trump Boasts In Tweet About Having A Bigger Nuclear Button Than North Korea

President Trump’s latest tweet on Tuesday night is raising some eyebrows after he tweeted about having a much bigger and powerful nuclear button than North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un and then followed up with 2 lighter tweets stating that he will be announcing the “most dishonest and corrupt media awards” of the year next Monday and re-quoted a statement about his yearly accomplishments.

President Trump tweeted on Tuesday evening, “North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un just stated that the ‘Nuclear Button is on his desk at all times.’ Will someone from his depleted and food deprived regime please inform him that I too have a Nuclear Button, but it is a much bigger & more powerful one than his, and my Button works!”.

President Trump’s latest boast about the U.S. nuclear arsenal falls in line with some of his other strong and yet unpredictable statements directed towards North Korea, ranging from his earlier “fire and fury” remark to his statement at the UN Security Council, claiming that the U.S. would totally destroy North Korea if attacked.

Because of their refusal to pull back with the nuclear weapons and ballistic weapons program, North Korea is facing heavy international sanctions targeted against their economy.

The United Nations Security Council issued another round of sanctions against North Korea on December 22nd for launching a ballistic missile on November 28th at a time when the isolated Korean country remains defiant about pursuing a pathway to develop their nuclear and ballistic missile program despite widening international sanctions.

The U.N. condemned North Korea’s most recent November 28th ballistic missile launch and added further sanctions on their fuel imports and trade industry which had already been slapped with sanctions following its 6th nuclear test in 2017 and several ballistic missile tests.

The United Nations imposed UN Resolution 2397 which limits the country’s imports of refined petroleum to 500,000 barrels for 12 months starting January 1, 2018 with crude oil capped at the current levels for that period.

The Council also authorized Member States “to seize, inspect, freeze and impound any vessel in their territorial waters found to be illicitly providing oil to North Korea through ship to ship transfers, or smuggling coal and other prohibited commodities from the country.”

Trump To Name Most Dishonest And Corrupt Media Awards Of The Year

President Trump followed his controversial North Korea tweet with another tweet about his upcoming plans on Monday to name the most dishonest and corrupt media award of the year.

He also added another tweet that contained a statement about his yearly accomplishments and record.

Here is my latest You Tube video where I offer some additional commentary about Trump’s latest tweet concerning North Korea and the nuclear button.

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