World War 3: US fires ominous warning to North Korea

World War 3: US fires ominous warning to North Korea – 'We're ready to fight TONIGHT'

DONALD Trump’s military “will continue” to back its South Korean allies and maintain a strong stance against Kim Jong-un’s nuclear-armed north, Washington has vowed.

In a show of strength against Kim’s regime, US and South Korean commanders met onboard the flagship of the US Seventh Fleet today to warn the despot they are ready to “fight tonight”.

The warning comes during an “unprecedentedly grave security situation” on the Korean Peninsula as the allies wrap up five days live-fire drills at sea - exercises unpredictable Kim has labelled a “rehearsal for war”.

North Korea has continued to provoke the West by testing nuclear weapons as well as long-range ballistic missiles, raising fears of World War 3 breaking out in the region. 

And today, Senator Bob Corker warned the President was "taking the US on a path to combat"with his approach to the rogue state.

General Jeong Kyeong-doo, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and US Forces Korea chief General Vincent Brooks met aboard the massive aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan.

The Yonghap News Agency reports General Jeong Kyeong-doo as saying: "Amid an unprecedentedly grave security situation, the deployment of Ronald Reagan and its carrier strike group to the Korean Peninsula and their joint exercise with South Korea is part of the increased deployment of US strategic assets here. 

“It must have been a strong warning to North Korea.”

It comes as Donald Trump imposed new tougher sanctions on North Korea for its continued nuclear weapons programme.

The bill passed by Congress also honours US student Otto Warmbier who died following his detention by Kim Jong-un’s regime.

Republican representative Kevin McCarthy said: ”I do want it noted that the North Korean sanction legislation - we have changed the name.

"We are going to honour Otto Warmbier who was brutalised and tortured by the Kim regime."

South Korean naval vessels have been training alongside the nuclear-powered USS Ronald Reagan, which can launch up to 90 state-of-the-art warplanes.

And it emerged last week nearly 50 American heavy attack helicopters had been brought in to take part in the latest exercises over concerns North Korean special forces could try to invade the south by sea.

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General Jeong Kyeong-doo added: ”The latest joint exercise has been an opportunity to further improve the ability to carry out joint operations.
“The allies would continue to maintain their strong, joint posture to fight tonight through close cooperation.”
This week Japan warned the threat from the secretive north, through both nuclear and conventional weapons, had “reached a critical and imminent level.”
Defence Minister Itsunori Onodera told Reuters: “The threat posed by North Korea has grown to the unprecedented, critical and imminent level.

US forces have been training with South Korean allies in case of a North Korean attack

“Therefore, we have to take calibrated and different responses to meet with that level of threat.”
Both American and South Korean troops stationed in East Asia have maintained a combat readiness motto of “ready to fight tonight” in case unpredictable Kim launches a preemptive strike or attempts an invasion of Seoul.
This week’s naval drills are just the latest in a series of exercises by the allied forces.
American bombers, escorted by stealth fighter jets, have been flying missions in international airspace along the hermit state’s border for months.


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