North Korea Foreign Minister Ri Yong Ho (Photo: AFP)
Based on everything that has happened (so far) with the Trump administration is this the idea far fetched?
Yesterday, North Korea Minister Ri Youg Ho accused Donald Trump of declaring war with his country after tweeting ” North Korea wont be around much longer”
“Since the United States declared war on our country, we will have every right to make all self-defensive counter measures, including the right to shoot down the United States strategic bombers at any time even when they are not yet inside the aerospace border of our country,” Ri said.
Earlier today, South Korea’s Yonhap news agency said North Korea appears to have boosted defenses on its east coast.
Meanwhile, as White House Press Secretary, Sarah Huckabee Sanders was playing defense saying the US had not declared war. President Trump was tweeting up a storm about the NFL, criticizing Puerto Rico and John McCain.
As the Russian Investigation continues we learn the White House is resisting Mueller’s request for documents including documents and emails relating to the dismissals of former national security adviser Michael Flynn and Comey, as well as Trump’s Oval Office meeting with senior Russian officials in which he said Comey’s firing eased pressure on the White House.
We’ve learned at least six of Trumps closest advisers occasionally used private email addresses to discuss White House matters.
Jared Kushner, Stephen Bannon, Reince Priebus, Gary D Cohn, Stephen Miller and daughter Ivanka Trump.
Officials are supposed to use government emails for their official duties so their conversations are available to the public and those conducting oversight. But it is not illegal for White House officials to use private email accounts as long as they forward work-related messages to their work accounts so they can be preserved.