In a pair of tweets sent out the day after he threatened North Korea over its nuclear weapons program, the president claimed that the USA arsenal is "far stronger and more powerful" than ever before. While it's unclear what Trump might have first said to associates in private just after taking office, his first concrete actions did not address the United States's nuclear arsenal. "It is now far stronger and more powerful than ever before", Trump tweeted. "Hopefully we will never have to use this power, but there will never be a time that we are not the most powerful nation in the world!".
Lewis said that Trump had ordered a Nuclear Posture Review - a paper study - which many other presidents also ordered, including Barack Obama, Bill Clinton, and George W. Bush.
The statement is a direct response to bipartisan criticism of the ultimatum Trump issued to North Korea on Tuesday.
While the President has threatened "fire and fury", and on Thursday added that his comments perhaps hadn't been tough enough, Tillerson has repeatedly said his interest is in applying "peaceful pressure" to get Pyongyang to agree to talks.
Officer's camera catches attempted murder in SC
The officer gave Orr one more final warning that he would be forced to use a Taser if he didn't comply with his demands. Where are you shot at? "I didn't draw my firearm because at the time I didn't think it was warranted", he told WJCL.
The president's fiery rhetoric came as tensions mounted between the USA and North Korea.
She added: "Trump's tweet gives the misleading impression that he has already ordered concrete changes to the United States nuclear arsenal".
With his "fire and fury" warning, Trump was "sending a strong message to North Korea in language that (North Korean leader) Kim Jong Un would understand, because he doesn't seem to understand diplomatic language", Tillerson said.
That message has not matched up with Gorka's comments this week: the cable news fixture has doubled down Trump's saber-rattling, even comparing the current standoff to the Cuban missile crisis on Fox & Friends.
Auto plunges seven floors from parking garage into alley below
One of the barrier wires caught his SUV as it was falling and left his vehicle hanging precariously on the side of the garage. The garage owner reportedly said that these are the only two incidents like this to have occurred on the grounds.
The top Democrat serving on the U.S. House panel responsible for defense spending is condemning President Donald Trump's "loose and imprecise language" concerning nuclear weapons.
The president's retweets about his rhetoric Tuesday come as Secretary of State Rex Tillerson was urging calm.
Tillerson says that "Americans should sleep well at night". But Tillerson told reporters that nothing he's seen or knows of in the last day dramatically changed the situation.
Federal government takes down data on Trump's DC hotel
It's not the only Trump property that has benefited financially from its namesake's presidency. General Services Administration, the building's public landlord, on Friday.