North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has decided not to carry out a missile attack on Guam, according to North Korea's state-run media.
Guam's governor took a personal call from the president of the United States and streamed it on Facebook.
Guam Gov. Eddie Calvo (R) said President Trump was correct to threaten a furious response to any attack on U.S. sovereign soil, but warned that warmongering on its own is dangerous.
North Korea is “carefully examining” a plan to launch a missile strike on the U.S. Pacific territory of Guam, according to reports.