Trump on North Korea: 'I Don't Want to Telegraph What I'm Doing'
As tensions rise over North Korea's nuclear program, President Trump continues to play his cards close to his vest.
North Korea conducted two nuclear tests and 24 ballistic missile tests last year, defying six Security Council resolutions banning any testing, and it has conducted additional missile tests this year including one this past weekend that failed.
In an interview with "Fox & Friends," Trump said he would not rule out a military strike if North Korea continues to conduct missile tests.
"I don't want to telegraph what I am doing or what I am thinking," he said. "I am not like other administrations, where they say, 'We are going to do this in four weeks.' It doesn't work that way. We'll see what happens."
"I hope things work out well, I hope there is going to be peace. They have been talking with this gentleman for a long time," he said, referring to North Korea leader Kim Jong Un.
Trump went on to criticize Democratic administrations.
“You read Clinton’s book, and he said ‘Oh, we made such a great peace deal.’ And it was a joke,” Trump said. “You look at different things over the years with President Obama. Everybody has been outplayed. They’ve all been outplayed by this gentleman, and we’ll see what happens. I just don’t telegraph my moves.”
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