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Trump Plays Golf As North Korea Tensions Rise

13 Agosto 2017
Trump Plays Golf As North Korea Tensions Rise

"He does something in Guam, it will be an event the likes of which nobody has seen before".

A White House aide, when asked if this was the emergence of a "new Trump", said no, this is "vintage Trump".

Arizona Republican Gov. Doug Ducey signed an emergency declaration in June, after the state reported that 790 Arizonans had died from opioid overdoses in 2016, an average of more than two per day.

Trump warned Tuesday that he would unleash "fire and fury" against North Korea if it continued to threaten the United States.

A reduction in American staff would likely hit consular officers, who process visas for Russians who want to visit the U.S. As you can see from this clever compilation from the Toronto Star, it's phrasing he commonly uses.

President Donald Trump says German Chancellor Angela Merkel does not speak for the U.S. on North Korea.

"North Korea best not make any more threats to the United States".

This is not new: Kim is the son and grandson of dictators who ran the world's most horrific police state.

Meanwhile, Gen. James Mattis issued his own statement on North Korea.

"Somebody has to do it", Trump said.

Then came a warning shot.

It is the second time this week that a key member of the U.S. administration has tried to calm the waters after bellicose comments from the president. Stamp comes to the job with a background as an emergency manager and compares this effort to the state's response to a hurricane.

Thor Solberg's business is down - try practically nonexistent - at a time when it's usually way up, and he has President Donald Trump to thank for it.

The Defense Ministry said Friday the PAC-3 surface-to-air interceptors are being deployed at four locations: Hiroshima, Kochi, Shimane and Ehime.

He tweeted: "Military solutions are now fully in place, locked and loaded, should North Korea act unwisely".

Russia's foreign minister says the risk of a military conflict between the U.S. and North Korea is "very high".

One North Korean refugee told U.N. investigators that Kim personally involved himself in the desecration and disposal of murdered political prisoners.

According to Barnett's study, some doctors prescribed opioids 24% of the time, more than three times as often as those doctors on the lowest scale. We cannot leave our national security and our families' safety in the hands of a President whose poor judgement, belligerence, vindictiveness and reckless impetuosity constitute an indictment of his mental health.

Lavrov said Russia doesn't accept the North's nuclear weapons bid and pointed at a proposal by China and Russia under which Pyongyang would freeze its nuclear and missile tests while the U.S. and South Korea would halt their military drills.

The North has also been preparing for ground war for decades, and would be a formidable force on the border.

In remarks to reporters at his golf course in central New Jersey, Trump dismissed Putin's move, saying he "greatly' appreciated Putin's help cutting down the payroll at the U.S. State Department".

But in Portsmouth, Ware said the community had learned a tough lesson.

Eric, a heroin user and former Marine, on July 14, 2017 in Warren, Ohio. And on Friday evening he announced that "we're going to have a pretty big press conference on Monday".

In the 10 Ohio counties with the highest rates of overdose deaths, Medicaid provides coverage for one-quarter or more of the population in five of them, and about one-fifth in the remaining five. We also need to ensure persons with mental health issues receive appropriate care.

CORNISH: So be patient is your answer. Now Trump's allies are seeking to squeeze Trump-skeptical Arizona Sen.

President Trump is turning his attention to the nation's opioid crisis. North Korea crossed the president's red line within hours, threatening Guam.