Oh Good, Trump's "Fire And Fury" Threat Was Apparently 100% Improvised

Oh Good, Trump's

Oh Good, Trump's "Fire And Fury" Threat Was Apparently 100% Improvised

Republican Senator Dan Sullivan said a preemptive strike against the North Korean regime would require congressional approval.

McCain said, "I take exception to the President's comments because you gotta be sure you can do what you say you're gonna do".

In a contentious exchange with NBC's Andrea Mitchell, Nauert was asked about the claims from many in Congress that Trump's warning to North Korea was bombastic or alarming.

Baird Energy Research said in an August 9 note that "a wave of worry concerning tensions between the USA and North Korea has enveloped risk overnight". "I think the president is doing that, he is restoring the military strength".

In a morning note, Baird said that S&P 500 futures dropped 0.3% while the EuroStoxx and Nikkei also fell. "They will be met with fire and fury like the world has never seen".

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"This is about more than the United States of America and it's about more than the president, who has been a bully all his life, who has succeeded because he has been able to bully others", the Texas Democrat said.

He then repeated a similar statement before saying "thank you". Hours later, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said Americans should "sleep well" as the president was simply trying to send a strong message in the kind of language the North Korean leader understands.

"If you look at what were dealing with in North Korea right now, we are running up against the possibility of having to use military force to stop the North Korean's from putting a bomb on top of missile". Tillerson also said a new diplomatic effort wasn't needed, particularly since new sanctions have been put in place.

"The problem with what the president said yesterday is it puts all the attention on the USA and what the U.S.is thinking, when the attention should be on North Korea and building pressure against North Korea so we can produce a diplomatic outcome", said Sullivan on "CBS This Morning" Thursday.

Tillerson added that Trump was reaffirming the capability of the U.S.to fully defend itself and its allies.

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