North Korea Tests “Tactical Weapon” To Threaten Trump, Tells Weakest Link To Keep Pompeo At Home During Next Summit

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Trump is a bully, which is proof how weak he truly is. All bullies are weak.  And Kim Jon Ung owns him now. Kim has ordered weakling Trump to leave Secretary of State Pompeo at home during the next summit. And you can guess what our coward president is going to do. Yes, he’s going to leave Pompeo. Kim and Putin know a lot on Trump and they are using it.FILE PHOTO: North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un watches a military drill marking the 85th anniversary of the establishment of the Korean People's Army
 North Korea said on Thursday that it test-fired a new type of “tactical guided weapon,” in what appeared to be a warning from Kim Jong-un to President Trump that unless once-promising negotiations with Washington resume, the two countries could again be on a collision course.

The North’s official Korean Central News Agency did not specify what type of weapon was involved in the test. But there was no evidence the test involved a nuclear detonation or an intercontinental ballistic missile.

The North has observed a voluntary moratorium of those tests since November 2017, and President Trump has repeatedly said that the North’s self-imposed suspension of nuclear and long-range missile tests was one of his administration’s biggest achievements, crediting himself with averting war by first threatening the North with “fire and fury” and then holding two face-to-face meetings with Mr. Kim.

But at the latest of those meetings, in Hanoi in February, the two leaders failed to reach an agreement, after Mr. Trump rejected, at the insistence of his top advisers, Mr. Kim’s proposal to lift the harshest sanctions on the North in return for suspending operations at North Korea’s largest nuclear facility. Since then, there has been virtually no communication, much less negotiation, between the two countries.

Now Mr. Kim appears to be carefully calibrating his expressions of displeasure.

Experts said it was likely that the test announced on Thursday morning in Pyongyang was a demonstration of a conventional weapons system, perhaps artillery or antiaircraft. If so, that would amount to signal-sending by Mr. Kim, who North Korea media said witnessed the test.

Written By: Tommy Lightfoot Garrett
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