Trump Gives ‘Crazy Fat Kid’ Running North Korea A BRUTAL 7-Word Warning

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Kim Jong-un (left), President Donald Trump (right)

Tension has increased over North Korea’s recent provocative behavior involving the testing of nuclear weapons and constant threats to Western countries including the United States. Now, President Donald Trump has just issued a brutal seven-word warning for the “crazy fat kid” running North Korea, which spells out exactly how severe coming consequences will be.

According to Daily Mail, Trump almost broke the internet this morning with a brutal message for the North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un, which he posted on Twitter. If the crazy communist dictator wasn’t clear on Trump’s position before, he sure is after this morning’s dire warning. “We will solve the problem without them,” Trump said in a tweet answering the question about whether the U.S. will wait on China before dealing with North Korea’s aggressive behavior.

The USS Carl Vinson and its group of battleships are now keeping a watchful eye on the Korean Peninsula to prove that Trump isn’t playing around when he says “America will solve the problem alone” if China drags its feet in assisting.

On Tuesday, April 4, 2017, Trump told the Chinese that if they were able to help resolve the issue with North Korea that they would see a much better future with regard to international trade deals. Trump knows that China doesn’t want to take a hit in their pocketbook because of a loud-mouthed dictator to their south that wants to launch intercontinental ballistic missiles with nuclear warheads on board.

“I explained to the President of China that a trade deal with the U.S. will be far better for them if they solve the North Korea problem,” Trump said in a previous tweet.

Trump takes a lot of heat for using Twitter to talk directly to his faithful population of “deplorables,” but I think he will set a new standard for future presidents, who will be expected to provide the American people with the same level of transparency and communication.

Trump’s warning came just a day after North Korea issued a response to the arrival of the U.S. Navy’s presence in their neck of the woods. Pyongyang’s statement said that North Korea would mount a defense against what they called “reckless acts of aggression” and added that “American aggression has reached a serious phase.” This a lot of big talk for a country that can’t grow enough food to feed its own people and constantly threatens Western countries with nuclear attacks.

U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson recently added to the narrative, saying that while China’s president was working out trade details with President Trump at Mar-a-Lago, the two leaders also came to an agreement on the “urgency of the threat of North Korea’s nuclear weapons program.”

It would seem that Kim Jong-un’s days are numbered and that the world is no longer willing to put up with his threats of nuclear war. I sincerely hope that Trump’s skillsets as a deal maker are successful and will provide a diplomatic removal of North Korea’s dictator. However, I have no doubt that our boys in the U.S. Navy are prepared and more than capable of putting a big fat American fist in the mouth of this “crazy fat kid,” who keeps threating to nuke us. The next few weeks will be very interesting to watch as Trump keeps his promise to make America safe again.

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