Washington, D.C.-Talk of war with North Korea is all the buzz on Capitol Hill, as lawmakers look on in anticipation to what Kim Jong Un and his regime will do next to provoke a military conflict with the US.
Florida Senator Marco Rubio (R) believes that because of the “difficult situation” he finds himself in with N. Korea, President Trump is doing “the best that he possibly can” to prevent a war. Rubio adds there “not a lot of good options” left on the table to deal with Kim Jong Un.
If N. Korea develops long range ballistics missiles, Hawaii and Alaska would be within striking distance.
Senator John McCain (R) believes that because N. Korea’s Dictator Jong Un is “on his way of developing nuclear weapon and a means of delivering,” missile defense systems for Hawaii is needed “terribly bad.”
McCain emphasized that the missile defenses need to be in Hawaii, and that the defense situation in Hawaii is “being addressed.”