President Donald Trump on Thursday said he wasn’t pleased at all to hear reports that North Korea had propelled two short-range missiles overnight.
“They were smaller missiles, short-range missiles,” Trump told journalists at the White House. “No one’s upbeat about it, yet we’re investigating, and we’ll see.”
“The relationship proceeds, however, we’ll see what occurs,” Trump included. “They need to negotiate, they’re looking at negotiating, yet I don’t believe they’re ready to negotiate.”
Thursday’s terminating was the second in under seven days. Just days back, North Korea launched a few unidentified projectiles, the first affirmed rocket launches Pyongyang had conducted since 2017.
Trump competed for the stalled North Korean negotiations with his present trade talks with China, which are in progress this week in Washington.
“It’s especially similar to China, we were getting near an agreement, and after that they began to renegotiate the deal, and we can’t have that,” Trump said.