North Korea’s continued failed launches of long-range ballistic missiles has prompted President Trump to fly a couple B-1B nuclear-capable bombers on a training mission along the Korean peninsula.
Pyongyang calls the move a “provocation” that could lead to a nuclear war between the U.S. and North Korea.
While tensions are high between the two countries, President Trump recently said that he would be willing to meet with Dictator Kim Jong Un (pictured), if it was “appropriate” to do so.
Trump’s national security adviser, Army Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster, said North Korea’s most recent missile test represents “open defiance of the international community.” He said North Korea poses “a grave threat,” not just to the U.S. and its Asian allies, but also to China.-Fox News