Trump used his Executive Powers for the betterment of Mankind.
Today Trump made a move for a safer world by signing an executive order. The order further sanctions North Korea. The new sanction will target anyone affiliated with North Korea in hopes to decrease the revenue stream. It will also show North Korea that America is serious about as Trump puts it “Complete Denuclearization.” Trump went on to express that he felt North Korea has been given too much slack and mishandled the Global Market. This mishandling has funded its Nuclear Arms and weapon programs. In a show of solidarity as Trump signed his executive order, China’s Central Bank put a stop order on any and all business with North Korea.
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As Reported by NBC News, Ali Vitali
Trump’s time at the United Nations General Assembly this week has been marked by his comments on North Korea and Kim, whom the president derided as “rocket man” during his address to the world body. Trump also threatened in the speech to “totally destroy North Korea” if that country persists with provocative actions.
“Rocketman is on a suicide mission,” Trump said Tuesday. “The United States has great strength and patience, but if it is forced to defend itself or its allies, we will have no choice but to totally destroy North Korea.”
The Trump administration has repeatedly assured that all options are on the table in dealing with North Korea, including a possible military response. On Thursday, when asked if it was still possible to negotiate with Pyongyang, Trump replied: “Why not? Why not?”
So far, the administration has sought to pressure Pyongyang largely through forceful economic steps, including Thursday’s latest action and U.N. Security Council sanctions earlier this month. U.S. ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley praised those United Nations efforts as “really important” in a briefing with reporters last week.
“We’ve basically taken and, in the words of North Korea, we have strangled their economic situation at this point,” Haley said, pointing out that U.N. measures have banned 90 percent of North Korean exports. “That’s going to take a little bit of time, but it has already started to take effect.”