Trump remarked this week that any further threats from North Korea would bring about "fire and fury" from the United States as tensions continued to escalate between the two nations.
The Trump administration is speaking in one voice on the threat posed by North Korea, a State Department official has said, dismissing reports that there was dissent within the Government over the issue.
Syrian army closes in on IS-held town in Raqqa
The Syrian government has said the United States forces were committing "crimes" by killing civilians on a daily basis. She said however that the 2017 returns were less than the number of displaced this year: almost 809,000.
Before he got a chance to ask Mitchell a question, Trump's gaggle with pool reporters aired.
Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said that the North Korean regime should cease any consideration of actions that would "lead to the end of its regime and the destruction of its people".
President Trump more popular than Congress
Meanwhile, 57 percent of Americans say Republicans in Congress should work with Democrats to make improvements to ObamaCare. The poll of 1,211 adults was conducted August 1- 6.The margin of sampling error is plus or minus 3 percentage points.
State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert says the White House, State Department and Pentagon are all in agreement.
Officials in North Korea said they were "carefully examining" a strike on Guam, which is home to around 163,000 people and two US military installations and threatened a further "all-out war wiping out all the strongholds of enemies, including the USA mainland" in a government statement.
Tebow greets autistic boy during at-bat, then this happened
But when Tebow's squad visited the Charlotte Stone Crabs in Port Charlotte, Florida, on July 29, he simply raised the bar. As Tebow stepped up to the plate, he blasted an opposite-field home run, all caught on Ileana's unbelievable video.