North Korea Launches Three Missiles After Biden Departure

North Korean leader Kim Jong-un reportedly gave Joe Biden a big sendoff from his trip to Asia.

A mere hours after Joe Biden departed, North Korea launched three missiles into the sea for testing.

The testing appears to be in response to Biden’s reaffirmation to our allies against any possible nuclear threat from North Korea.

No Respect

Prior to March, the last missile test by North Korea had been conducted in 2017.

Overall, North Korea has conducted 17 rounds of missile tests this year.

People can say what they want about Trump, but the fact is many of our enemies and adversaries fell in line when he was in office.

Even Putin reportedly admitted that he invaded Ukraine when Biden was in office because he knew exactly how Joe Biden would react.

The same is true with North Korea.

Kim knows that Biden is weak and will not do anything to stop this from happening.

After the tests were conducted, South Korea stated, “North Korea’s sustained provocations can only result in stronger and faster South Korea-U.S. combined deterrence and can only deepen North Korea’s international isolation.

“[Our] government is maintaining constant readiness to strongly and effectively respond to any kind of North Korean provocation.”

After Biden had been notified of the test and National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan discussed the tests with his South Korean counterpart, the White House released a statement.

It read, “They both condemned [North Korea’s] destabilizing ballistic missile tests and committed to continue building on their close coordination. Mr. Sullivan also reaffirmed the United States’ steadfast commitment to the defense of [South Korea].”

Words… useless words that nobody takes seriously.

Source: Fox News


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