President Trump wasn’t joking when he said he was going to rain down “fire and fury” on North Korea after the most recent threats the crazy dictatorship made against the people of the United States.
“North Korea best not make any more threats to the United States,” the President warned while at his Bedminster Golf Club where he is currently working hard to keep America safe. “They will be met with fire, fury and frankly power the likes of which this world has never seen before.”
North Korea has threatened America numerous times in the past. So what changed?
Trump’s warning came directly after news broke that Kim Jong Un had developed nuclear warheads small enough to fit on a missile.
According to a source at the Pentagon, the strike was ordered just hours after the President’s “fire” remarks. Two small nuclear bombs were dropped on Pyonyang and Pyongpyong, covering almost the entire country in radiation.
“The effect of fallout on South Korea will be minimal at best,” General Michael Kelly announced. “It’s safe to say that no one will be making any threats again.”