The new American president Donald Trump is one of those “Go big or go home guys”. He’s definitely not soft, and North Korea recently learned that the hard way. Their controversial leader Kim Jong-Un has decided to get into a turf war with the USA, and has immediately regretted it.

So far, president Trump has been all stick and no carrot, which is working great for him and us. Some people were concerned about Trump’s lack of experience and diplomacy, but we wonder what they think about it now. When Kim Jong-Un refused to work along the international agencies that are trying to keep the world a safe place, Trump decided to show him how a real Navy looks like up close and personal. The show isn’t all a show, however, as Trump has promised to do everything in his power to keep the USA and the world safe.

“The USS Michigan — a guided-missile submarine — arrived in South Korea for what a U.S. defense official described as a show of force amid tensions between the U.S. and North Korea.

The U.S. Navy sub arrived in the port city of Busan, South Korea, on the same day that North Korea celebrates the 85th anniversary of the founding of the Korean People’s Army.

A statement from U.S. Naval Forces Korea called the sub’s visit “routine” and said it was a chance to highlight the alliance between the U.S. and South Korean navies.

While the USS Michigan is not expected to take part in the joint exercises, its presence in the region is meant to send a strong message to Pyongyang.

U.S. President Donald Trump told Fox Business Network’s Maria Bartiromo earlier this month that the U.S. was sending an ‘armada’ with submarines to the region.” CNN Wire reports.

“We are sending an armada. Very powerful,” Trump stated. “We have submarines. Very powerful. Far more powerful than the aircraft carrier. That I can tell you.”

The report continues: “Analysts at the time suspected Trump might be referring to Ohio-class subs like the Michigan.

Armed with tactical missiles and equipped with superior communications capabilities, the Michigan is one of four U.S. Navy subs that began service as a ballistic missile submarine, loaded with nuclear missiles as part of the U.S. strategic nuclear deterrent.

The 560-foot-long Michigan is one of four converted Ohio-class subs, joining the USS Ohio, USS Florida and USS Georgia.

The Michigan’s visit to Busan comes after North Korea on Sunday threatened to sink the American aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson, which is beginning joint drills with two Japanese destroyers in the western Pacific Ocean.

The Vinson will be joined by the Ashigara and Samidare destroyers in “tactical training” drills near the Philippines, the Japan Maritime Self Defense Force said.

North Korea’s state-run newspaper RodongSinmun said in an editorial the country is ready to illustrate its “military force” by sinking a “nuclear-powered aircraft carrier with a single strike.”

The North Korean state newspaper claimed to have weaponry that “can reach continental U.S. and Asia Pacific region” and the “absolute weapon,” or a nuclear hydrogen bomb.

However, CNN cannot independently verify the newspaper’s claims.”

We’re really sorry if you’re a liberal and had to read this. Trump isn’t the man you want him to be, and that’s great. We’re happy that the new president has the backbone to show everyone he isn’t going to just sit back and endure the threats like Obama did. His personality isn’t soft, but that’s exactly what America needs to be great again.

Source: freedomdaily.com

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The new American president Donald Trump is one of those “Go big or go home guys”. He’s definitely not soft, and North Korea recently learned that the hard way. Their controversial leader Kim Jong-Un has decided to get into a turf war with the USA, and has immediately regretted...