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Donald Trump praises 'smart cookie' Kim Jong-un (but may still attack N Korea) - The Australian Financial Review;

Donald Trump praises 'smart cookie' Kim Jong-un (but may still attack N Korea) - The Australian Financial Review

The Australian Financial ReviewDonald Trump praises 'smart cookie' Kim Jong-un (but may still attack N Korea)The Australian Financial ReviewUS President Donald Trump has not ruled out military action against North Korea if the communist country pushes forward with another nuclear test. Mr Trump said on Sunday he would not be pleased if North Korea took that step. "He's going to have to do ...and more »

McMaster says US must be prepared for military operations in North Korea - Fox News;

McMaster says US must be prepared for military operations in North Korea - Fox News

Fox NewsMcMaster says US must be prepared for military operations in North KoreaFox NewsNational Security Adviser H.R. McMaster attempted to make clear Sunday that President Trump is seeking international support in trying to stop North Korea's pursuit of a nuclearize weapon, reasserting Trump's vow that the U.S. will no longer be the ...and more »

Trump calls North Korean leader a 'pretty smart cookie' - ABC News;

Trump calls North Korean leader a 'pretty smart cookie' - ABC News

ABC NewsTrump calls North Korean leader a 'pretty smart cookie'ABC NewsPresident Donald Trump appeared to give Kim Jong Un credit for leading North Korea after his father's death, calling him a “pretty smart cookie.” The president in an interview that aired Sunday was asked by John Dickerson of CBS for his impression of ...and more »

Donald Trump says North Korea's Kim Jong-Un is 'a pretty smart cookie' - Financial Express;

Donald Trump says North Korea's Kim Jong-Un is 'a pretty smart cookie' - Financial Express

Financial ExpressDonald Trump says North Korea's Kim Jong-Un is 'a pretty smart cookie'Financial ExpressUS President Donald Trump offered some backhanded praise for North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un, calling him “a pretty smart cookie” in a television interview that aired today. Trump's almost admiring remarks came amid soaring tensions with North Korea ...and more »

Trump's North Korea Options: Not Ruling Out Pre-Emptive Strike - International Business Times;

Trump's North Korea Options: Not Ruling Out Pre-Emptive Strike - International Business Times

International Business TimesTrump's North Korea Options: Not Ruling Out Pre-Emptive StrikeInternational Business TimesPresident Donald Trump does not rule out military action against North Korea if leader Kim Jong Un conducts a sixth nuclear test. “If he does a nuclear test, I will not be happy,” Trump said in an interview aired Sunday on CBS's “Face the Nation” to ...and more »

USS Carl Vinson stages drills with S. Korean navy - WND.com;

USS Carl Vinson stages drills with S. Korean navy - WND.com

WND.comUSS Carl Vinson stages drills with S. Korean navyWND.com(ZeeNews) Seoul: The USS Carl Vinson aircraft carrier on Saturday started a joint naval drill with the South Korean Navy in the East Sea amid heightened tensions from North Korea`s failed ballistic missile launch earlier in the morning, defense ...and more »

Trump is not ruling out military action against North Korea - Washington Post;

Trump is not ruling out military action against North Korea - Washington Post

Washington PostTrump is not ruling out military action against North KoreaWashington PostPresident Trump did not appear to be ruling out military action against North Korea if the country pushes forward with its nuclear weapons program. In an interview with CBS News's John Dickerson that aired Sunday on “Face the Nation,” Trump said he ...and more »

Donald Trump says he 'no idea' if Kim Jong-Un is sane but calls him a 'smart cookie' - The Independent;

Donald Trump says he 'no idea' if Kim Jong-Un is sane but calls him a 'smart cookie' - The Independent

The IndependentDonald Trump says he 'no idea' if Kim Jong-Un is sane but calls him a 'smart cookie'The IndependentUS President Donald Trump has said that he has 'no idea' if North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un is sane, amid escalating tensions over the threat from the country's nuclear weapons programme. But, speaking to CBS, Mr Trump said that Mr Kim must be a ...and more »

Trump 'ready to resolve North Korea issue one way or another' - Irish Independent;

Trump 'ready to resolve North Korea issue one way or another' - Irish Independent

Irish IndependentTrump 'ready to resolve North Korea issue one way or another'Irish IndependentPresident Donald Trump has warned he will be ready to take action when North Korea successfully develops missiles after its latest test failed again. Asked about the failure of the recent missile tests, he said: "Perhaps they're just not very good ...and more »

North Korea warns of 'catastrophic consequences' - Aljazeera.com;

North Korea warns of 'catastrophic consequences' - Aljazeera.com

Aljazeera.comNorth Korea warns of 'catastrophic consequences'Aljazeera.comUSS Carl Vinson strike group carries out exercises with South Korean navy as North's media warns 'stop running wild'. 30 Apr 2017 17:39 GMT. Listen to this page using ReadSpeaker. 0; All Social. Listen to this page using ReadSpeaker. 0; All Social.and more »

U.S. Looks at Sanctions, Military Action to Counter North Korea - Bloomberg;

U.S. Looks at Sanctions, Military Action to Counter North Korea - Bloomberg

BloombergU.S. Looks at Sanctions, Military Action to Counter North KoreaBloombergThe U.S. is considering a range of options, from expanded economic sanctions to military operations, as it reaches out to allies in confronting North Korea's latest provocations, according to a senior Trump administration official. North Korea's ...and more »

(LEAD) McMaster says US will renegotiate THAAD deal with S. Korea - Yonhap News;

(LEAD) McMaster says US will renegotiate THAAD deal with S. Korea - Yonhap News

Yonhap News(LEAD) McMaster says US will renegotiate THAAD deal with S. KoreaYonhap NewsWASHINGTON, April 30 (Yonhap) -- The United States will renegotiate the terms of the THAAD missile defense system's deployment to South Korea, and until then, will stick to the existing deal that commits the U.S. to pay for the system, National ...and more »

Trump praises 'smart cookie' North Korean leader as tensions grow - Press TV;

Trump praises 'smart cookie' North Korean leader as tensions grow - Press TV

Press TVTrump praises 'smart cookie' North Korean leader as tensions growPress TVNorth Korean leader Kim Jong-un stands in front of a group of his generals. (Photo by AFP). US President Donald Trump has drawn criticism by praising North Korean leader Kim Jong-un as “a pretty smart cookie,” as Washington and Pyongyang position ...and more »

Trump warns North Korea's missiles will get better - CTV News;

Trump warns North Korea's missiles will get better - CTV News

CTV NewsTrump warns North Korea's missiles will get betterCTV NewsSEOUL, Korea, Republic Of -- U.S. President Donald Trump said after North Korea's latest failed rocket launch that communist leader Kim Jong-Un will eventually develop better missiles, and "we can't allow it to happen." In a taped interview broadcast ...and more »

Donald Trump: N Korea's Kim Jong-un a 'smart cookie' - BBC News;

Donald Trump: N Korea's Kim Jong-un a 'smart cookie' - BBC News

BBC NewsDonald Trump: N Korea's Kim Jong-un a 'smart cookie'BBC NewsUS President Donald Trump has described North Korean leader Kim Jong-un as a "pretty smart cookie". Speaking to CBS, he noted Mr Kim had assumed power at a young age, despite dealing with "some very tough people". Amid escalating tensions over ...and more »

Donald Trump says he won't reveal his North Korea game plan because Kim Jong-un is a 'pretty smart cookie' - The Sun;

Donald Trump says he won't reveal his North Korea game plan because Kim Jong-un is a 'pretty smart cookie' - The Sun

The SunDonald Trump says he won't reveal his North Korea game plan because Kim Jong-un is a 'pretty smart cookie'The SunUS military moves part of THAAD anti-missile system to South Korea deployment site sparking protests DONALD Trump has praised North Korean leader Kim Jong-un as "a pretty smart cookie” for being able to hold onto power in his sanction hit country.and more »

North Korea: Trump keeps options open against 'smart cookie' Kim Jong-Un - The Guardian

North Korea: Trump keeps options open against 'smart cookie' Kim Jong-UnThe GuardianAs tensions between the US and North Korea continued on Sunday, Donald Trump said North Korean leader Kim Jong-un was “a pretty smart cookie” for managing to hold on to power after taking over at a young age.and more »

Trump: 'Would Not Be Happy' With Another North Korea Nuclear Test - Voice of America;

Trump: 'Would Not Be Happy' With Another North Korea Nuclear Test - Voice of America

Voice of AmericaTrump: 'Would Not Be Happy' With Another North Korea Nuclear TestVoice of AmericaU.S. President Donald Trump says he "would not be happy" if North Korea conducts another nuclear test, which would be its sixth. "I can tell you also, I don't believe that the president of China, who is a very respected man, will be happy either ...and more »

Trump calls Kim Jong Un a 'pretty smart cookie' - New York Daily News;

Trump calls Kim Jong Un a 'pretty smart cookie' - New York Daily News

New York Daily NewsTrump calls Kim Jong Un a 'pretty smart cookie'New York Daily NewsKim Jong Un's recent missile tests have prompted strong condemnation from the White House and other world leaders. (KCNA KCNA/REUTERS). BY Adam Edelman. NEW YORK DAILY NEWS. Sunday, April 30, 2017, 12:01 PM. President Trump praised ...and more »

'We'll see': Trump addresses possible military retaliation to North Korean nuclear and missile tests - Business Insider;

'We'll see': Trump addresses possible military retaliation to North Korean nuclear and missile tests - Business Insider

Business Insider'We'll see': Trump addresses possible military retaliation to North Korean nuclear and missile testsBusiness InsiderPresident Donald Trump told CBS' John Dickerson on "Face the Nation" on Sunday that he was not happy with North Korea's latest missile test and hinted at a possible military strike should Kim Jong Un continue with provocations. When asked if the ...and more »