North Korea Warns It’s About To Detonate H-Bomb Over The Pacific

Kim Jong-un has made another threat directed at President Donald Trump claiming he will detonate a deadly H-Bomb over the Pacific.

The threat from North Korea was in response to Trumps earlier warning that America would “totally destroy” North Korea if the regime attacked the U.S or its allies.

The North Korean leader also threatened to “tame” Donald Trump with fire and promised the “highest-level” action against the U.S.“It could be the most powerful detonation of an H-bomb in the Pacific,” he said, adding that he has “no idea about what actions could be taken as it will be ordered by leader Kim Jong Un.”

The Daily Caller reports: Earlier this month, North Korea conducted its sixth and most powerful nuclear test to date, detonating a suspected staged thermonuclear weapon, specifically a hydrogen bomb.

The country has twice successfully tested an intercontinental ballistic missile that can reach the U.S., and it North Korean state media has presented images of the warhead. Pyongyang has yet to put everything together and demonstrate its full capabilities though.

It is unclear if, when, or how North Korea might choose to conduct its next nuclear test, but it could choose to carry out such a test with its ICBM or new intermediate-range ballistic missile, which it has already fired over Japan twice, although doing so would be risky.

Testing a hydrogen bomb in the Pacific would represent a new kind of North Korean provocation, one unlike anything the world has seen before. Kim is determined to prove that he will not be deterred by Trump. North Korea recently claimed that it is close to achieving its nuclear goals, despite international pressure to rein in the aggressive little country.

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