A former spokesman for the American mission to the United Nations said Saturday that he hopes the false alarm of an impending missile strike on Hawaii will spur accelerated talks with North Korea.
Former United States U.N. mission spokesman Jonathan Wachtel said Saturday that North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un would be one of the first casualties if war with the West breaks out.
Colonel Ralph Peters [Ret.] said North Korea is suffering from a "degenerative disease of state" and predicted the Kim regime's insistence on strengthening its nuclear capability is their All-In "poker hand" as a standing government.
Lt. Col. Tony Shaffer [Ret.] said the latest North Korean missile test appeared to be partially meant to "poke [China] in the eye."
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.
Dan Bongino slammed former president Obama's Iran deal, accusing Iran of cheating and trying to develop nuclear weapons despite the agreement.
Alan Dershowitz weighed in on President Trump's ominous "calm before the storm" comment that has the media buzzing.
Charles Krauthammer said the United States has two choices regarding how to stop North Korea from possibly sending a nuclear weapon toward America.
Bernie Sanders has called out Donald Trump as the "tweeter in chief" following Trump's tweet about a nuclear arms race.
President Obama became the first sitting U.S. president to visit Hiroshima today.