Democrats floated the idea of taking away President Trump's power to launch a nuclear attack on an enemy, claiming the president is too "unstable" to be trusted with the responsibility.
John Bolton warned that the U.S. and North Korea are "past the point" of diplomacy on the rogue regime's growing nuclear program.
Mike Huckabee said President Trump's message of strength is a warning to would-be enemies as well as those already opposed to the U.S., such as North Korea.
Former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations John Bolton recently argued that if the U.S. allows North Korea to acquire and retain nuclear weapons, Kim Jong Un's regime would "have America by the throat."
The top Democrat on the Senate Armed Services Committee said South Koreans are “confused” and “a little bit shaken” by President Donald Trump’s rhetoric on North Korea.
John Bolton said North Korea's warning that a "nuclear war may break out at any moment" is just propaganda, but he cautioned that "time is running out" to curb the rogue regime's nuclear weapons program.
On "Outnumbered" today, Katie Pavlich slammed the media's "petty stories" about the Trump administration, calling them a "distraction" to the governing agenda.
Politico's Jake Sherman pointed out that Secretary of State Rex Tillerson did not directly refute a report that he called President Trump a "moron."
North Korea threatened on Thursday to test a hydrogen bomb in the Pacific Ocean, a provocation that Lt. Col. Michael Waltz (Ret.) said could be the "final straw" that motivates China and the international community to demand regime change.
During a rally for Sen. Luther Strange (R-Ala.), President Trump criticized past presidents for failing to stifle the threat from North Korea.
Kellyanne Conway appeared on "Fox & Friends" this morning to react to President Donald Trump taking action against North Korea, and the response from the international community.
Greg Palkot got a rare interview with a North Korean defector who warned the U.S. to take dictator Kim Jong Un's threats seriously.