Trump's increasingly dangerous and hostile North Korea rhetoric appears to be rooted in a single Washington Post report.
"If we have to, we'll go to war," Graham told a South Carolina CBS affiliate.
After eight years of an administration who took these issues seriously, we now have a president who loses his cool at the slightest provocation.
Facts are facts: Barack Obama was a reassuring adult in an increasingly dangerous world, and Donald Trump is a man-sized toddler pushing the world closer to nuclear war.
It’s difficult to find an issue that Trump approaches in a thoughtful or knowledgeable way, but the idea of winging it when it comes to nuclear war is stunning and dangerous – even for this president.
The North Korean regime mocked Trump's threats of an attack against them and called them a load of nonsense.
Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) didn't pull any punches when he described Trump's behavior towards North Korea as erratic and making a bad situation even worse.
Having failed to make Trump popular in any other way, the White House is admitting that they are trying to provoke a new Cuban missile crisis with N. Korea.
After Sec. of State Rex Tillerson told the American people that they could sleep well at night:
Sen. Ben Cardin (D-MD), the ranking member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, explained to the American people that contrary to Trump’s bluster, war with North Korea would not be quick or glorious.
Col. Lawerence Wilkerson, Colin Powell's former chief of staff, took apart Trump and made the President seem way out his league by pointing out that Trump seems to think deTraling with N. Korea is like negotiating a casino deal.
President Trump managed to take a moment in between rounds of golf in New Jersey to threaten a potential World War III by launching a military attack on North Korea.
Trump confirmed intelligence that the US had picked up to North Korea by retweeting a Fox News story that contained leaked classified intelligence from an anonymous government official.
The top Democrat in the US Senate is urging Donald Trump to get off of his backside and apply more economic pressure to China as the North Korea crisis accelerates.
Donald Trump was trying to talk tough to North Korea, but his response to a reporter's question revealed a president without a plan who doesn't appear to have the slightest clue of how to handle a looming potential crisis.
President Donald Trump said on Friday that North Korea's nuclear and ballistic missiles program required a "determined response," and that the era of "strategic patience" with North Korea's government had ended.
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) is sounding the alarm that Donald Trump could be taking the United States into a nuclear war with North Korea.
By saying that the United States could be heading for a major, major conflict with North Korea, Trump sounded like a president who is itching to start a war.
Trump and North Korea is an eerily frightening reiteration of the Bush administration's fear-mongering about Saddam Hussein's Iraq.
There is more to foreign policy than showing off America's ships. Hopefully, the commander-in-chief will soon realize that.
Trump wanted to remind everybody in the room that he was, in fact, still president, before ditching the meeting and letting the "grown ups" deal with the national security crisis.