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A stark warning from President Trump Tuesday in the face of growing nuclear threats from North Korea.”North Korea best not make any more threats to the United States. They will be met with fire and fury like the world has never seen. he has been very threatening beyond a normal state. They will be met with fire, fury and frankly power the likes of which this world has never seen before,” he said.This comes after reports suggest the communist country has made alarming progress toward its goal of being able to reach American cities with a nuclear warhead that can fit inside its missiles.”The Obama administration’s policy was strategic patience. Strategic patience did nothing but enable him to do what he’s doing so now we are having to ratchet it up from strategic patience to strategic action,” said Rep. Bradley Byrne, (R) Alabama.Congressman Byrne standing behind the commander in chief. Byrne has visited the Korean Demilitarized Zone twice this year first in late March, then in late May and says tensions were noticeably higher between visits as North Korea becomes more organized.”When we went to the actual point to where the two countries touch it was much more belligerent when we went there in late May. So I can imagine things have gotten even worse. It’s a very volatile situation and one the United States and world cannot afford to not take seriously,” said Byrne. “Right now I feel confident we have the ability to defend ourselves against a missile attack. The problem is the pace of which North Korea has increased it’s proficiency with both missile technology and this nuclear weapon technology.”Byrne supports the tough sanctions imposed on North Korea and believes more can be done working with allies, including a show of military force.Meanwhile on the street, concerns are high and opinions vary as threats could possibly lead to a nuclear war.”Coming from Trump I think he’s ready for a war. The world itself no Trump himself yes,” said Grady Brown.”We don’t have a lot more options. They’ve done everything they can do. They’ve put all kinds of sanctions on him and he’s just crazy. He doesn’t care about his people or nobody else. What do you do with a crazy man you’ve got to put him down. Just like a crazy dog. Dog bites you what do you do. You put him down,” said David Bliss.Still Byrne believes military force should be the very last resort. and says it all depends on what North Korea’s leader Kim Jong Un decides to do.”Make no mistake about it. if he truly threatens the lives of American people we are going to have to use military force to keep him from doing that and make sure everybody in the world understands we are going to protect our people and our allies Japan and South Korea,” said Byrne.Byrne says classified briefings regarding North Korea have increased in frequency over the last few months. There are currently about 35,000 troops in South Korea. According to Byrne most have been moved from Seoul to southern part of the peninsula for safety reasons.All content 2017, WALA; Mobile, AL. (A Meredith Corporation Station). Photo: FOX10 News Viewer.Police were on the scene at Phillip Preparatory School Monday morning following a social media threat. Photo: FOX10 News Viewer.Police were on the scene at Phillip Preparatory School Monday morning following a social media threat.Police were on the scene at Phillip Preparatory School Monday morning following a social media threat.Human remains found in yard of missing Disney workerHuman remains found in yard of missing Disney workerUpdated: Monday, March 12 2018 7:11 AM EDT2018 03 12 11:11:45 GMTThis aerial photo shows police searching the backyard of Michael Shaver, a Disney monorail mechanic whose been missing since 2015.PD: Man admits to setting ex girlfriend on fire over DNA testPD: Man admits to setting ex girlfriend on fire over DNA testUpdated: Monday, March 12 2018 8:05 AM EDT2018 03 12 12:05:30 GMTJasmine Dunbar, 21 (left) reported missing March 6, was last seen with her ex boyfriend, Antwaun Ware, 20 (right). Ware has been arrested in connection to her murder. (Source: Phoenix Police Department/Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office)A police report reveals a shocking admission from a suspect in the murder of a 21 year old Arizona mother.
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