Trump Warns of 'Major, Major Conflict' with North Korea


Trump talks about North Korea. He says this could go down as a 'major conflict'
Audio below.

Donald Trump has said that a “major conflict” was possible with North Korea though he would prefer to solve the standoff over the country’s nuclear and missile programs through diplomacy.

Trump’s warning on Thursday came towards the end of a week where the administration has made a concerted effort to restrain Pyongyang from carrying out major new weapons tests.

At the same time, US officials sought to clarify US policy after a variety of mixed signals in the administration’s first 100 days.

Rex Tillerson, the secretary of state, said that the US would be prepared to enter into direct talks with the regime of Kim Jong-un, but that it would have to prepare to negotiate getting rid of all its nuclear weapons.

Here is the audio from Trump's interview with Reuters-



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Oliver North on North Korea: The Chinese 'Know All The Players' And Could 'Replace' Kim Jong Un

The Chinese could oust Kim if they wanted to?
That is exactly what Col. Oliver North is suggesting here in his discussion of the North Korean threat.

Listen to the very end of the interview here.
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Matt Lauer suddenly concerned about the deficit.

Not a word when O added $9 Trillion in 8 years

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Mark Levin: This Is an Attempt To DESTROY Sean Hannity's Character



Levin: "I know this man like a brother"

"There's now an attempt to destroy his character and it's a pretty shabby, pathetic attempt at that."

"The person who's made this allegation has attacked virtually everybody she comes in contact with"

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Poll: Just 2 Percent of Trump Voters Regret Their Decision


Strong base of support-

thehill
President Trump has a historically low approval rating, according to a new poll, but nearly all of those who supported him in the November election say it was the right thing to do.

An ABC News/Washington Post poll finds that as the president approaches his first 100 days in office, just 42 percent of Americans say they approve of the job he is doing, compared to 53 percent who disapprove.

But 96 percent of those who voted for Trump in November say it was the right decision. Just 2 percent say they regret their decision.

A majority of Americans said the president does not have the judgment and temperament to effectively serve in his post. About 60 percent have questions about Trump's honesty and trustworthiness and think he is out of touch with the country.
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Washington Post/ABC Poll: Trump Would Defeat Clinton Again in 2016 Rematch


That headline was buried by the Washington Post.

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President Trump took a few more shots Monday at his old nemesis – the pollsters who confidently predicted his loss last year – after new surveys were released playing up the president’s low approval ratings at the end of his first 100 days.

But the same polling also buried some more positive news for the president: he’d still beat Hillary Clinton in a head-to-head matchup, according to one survey.

The Washington Post-ABC News poll showed that 43 percent said they would support Trump if the election were held today, compared with 40 percent for the former Democratic nominee, Clinton.

Trump touted the finding (which was within the margin of error) on Twitter on Sunday, saying: “ABC News/Washington Post Poll (wrong big on election) said almost all stand by their vote on me & 53% said strong leader,

Here is how the Post ran the story- 'Trump's approval at record lows'


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