On Wednesday, the North Korean military revealed details of a plan to strike the US Pacific territory of Guam, saying it is ready to fire four missiles to land within 30-40km from the US territory if Kim Jong-un approves the plan to be submitted to him by mid-August.
The United States must take into account the tragic failure of appeasement and Kim Jong Un's ultimate aim of reunifying the Korean peninsula in its response to the communist regime's threats of nuclear attack, contends talk-radio host and author Michael Savage.
However, Pyongyang has since claimed success in its recent intercontinental ballistic missile liftoffs and instead of its usual practice of making statements through its state media, the threats on Guam were declared more officially, through the North's Strategic Forces.
There were murmurs of agreement in the room before Ellison described what would need to happen before a "missile launch" become a reality.
Washington, not Pyongyang, is to blame for potentially bringing the world to the brink of a nuclear war says Bruce Gagnon from the Global Network Against Weapons.
Trump presented the threats of war, which have included a nuclear component, as "sticking up for the people of this country", and insisted North Korea should be "very nervous" and needs to "get their act together" if they want to avoid America's wrath.
In a short interview after the speech, Ellison dialed back the Kim-Trump comparison.
"That was one of those I wish I'd not said", Ellison told the Post. "It's tailor-made for somebody to misuse". U.S. president Donald Trump has said North Korea could be met with America's "fire and fury", with North Korea responding with talk of a potential missile attack in the direction of the usa territory of Guam, according to the BBC.
"I think few have done anywhere near what we've done and we'll work now on tax reform cuts, we'll never stop working on, as you know, health care".
Kim Jong Un thinks "the nuclear weapons will prevent US from getting involved", Sun said.