Alan Dershowitz stated that President Trump enjoys more credibility with North Korea than Obama did with his foreign policy.
Guam's governor took a personal call from the president of the United States and streamed it on Facebook.
Radio host Tammy Bruce blasted former National Security Adviser Susan Rice for criticizing President Trump's rhetoric toward North Korea.
The Wall Street Journal's Seoul bureau chief said South Koreans are used to aggression from the North but are "uncertain" about the future now that that rhetoric has escalated.
Discussing workforce training with his Labor and Education secretaries, President Trump reiterated his stern warning to North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un.
On Fox Business Network today, Brent Bozell called out the mainstream media for their criticism of President Trump's tough talk on North Korea.
Pete Hegseth said President Trump is making it clear to rogue nation North Korea that this is a "put up or shut up" moment.
Retired Marine Lt. Col. Oliver North appeared on "America's Newsroom" today to discuss how the U.S. should face the nuclear threat posed by North Korea.
President Donald Trump is continuing his tough talk on North Korea, warning that the United States’ military is “locked and loaded.”
On his radio show on Thursday, Rush Limbaugh slammed the Washington, D.C. establishment for asking President Trump to tone down his rhetoric on North Korea.
Mike Huckabee jokingly suggested that President Trump send one of his most frequent critics to deal with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un.
A former Republican senator from New Hampshire called on Democrats to support a bill that would evaluate President Trump's ability to hold office.