Gorka: Trump Is Telling Enemies America Has 'Real Red Lines Now'
Deputy assistant to the president Dr. Sebastian Gorka said that America under President Trump has "real red lines now."
Gorka said the fact Trump had no issue responding to a chemical attack on Syrian civilians with a strong show of American military force shows "America has real red lines now."
Previously, President Obama told Syrian President Bashar al-Assad not to cross such "red lines," but failed to act when Assad and others took extreme actions.
He said the Syrian incident is the latest example of Trump showing world leaders he is not afraid to take decisive action, as North Korea continues to sabre-rattle.
"Classically, North Korea has always acted as a buffer state for China. China looks at this as some kind of insulation against something happening against [them]," he said.
Gorka said North Korea should get the message that Trump is serious when he expresses concern over repeated missile tests by Pyongyang.
"We've inherited a world on fire," Gorka said. "We had eight years of so-called 'leading from behind'."