Per WH sources: Trump improvised 'fire and fury' — paper he looked was an opioid fact sheet. Kelly 'surprised' not shocked… more tk
— Glenn Thrush (@GlennThrush) August 9, 2017
"The White House, including the national-security team, was unaware President Trump was preparing to speak publicly about North Korea."
— John McCormack (@McCormackJohn) August 9, 2017
GFD someone drop another tick tick tick tick story so he rages about that instead of trying to impress Foxnews with his nuclear strap on
— Local Milk Steak (@ZeddRebel) August 9, 2017
— The Lead CNN (@TheLeadCNN) August 9, 2017
Actually, it was Obama who launched $1-trillion modernization of the nuclear arsenal. A 30-year program. https://t.co/jLiWzWZSQV
— Karen Tumulty (@ktumulty) August 9, 2017
Whoever invented the game of RISK has a lot to answer for…
Also this morning, a White House adviser likened the Trump-Kim brinksmanship to the Cuban missile crisis https://t.co/vEGyJrVOFl
— Philip Rucker (@PhilipRucker) August 9, 2017
What idiot came up with that wrongheaded analog– oh, of course, it was Gorka. https://t.co/27XnJK3jZJ
— Daniel W. Drezner (@dandrezner) August 9, 2017
Leaving aside means and only looking at outcome, regime change for North Korea would be a great outcome from a humanitarian perspective.
— Eli Lake (@EliLake) August 9, 2017
Maybe Kim Jong Un needs to send Dennis Rodman to talk some sense to the regime in Washington DC.
— Dana Houle (@DanaHoule) August 9, 2017
The time 38yo Trump pitched Reagan (via WaPo style section) on becoming the lead nuclear negotiator w/ the Soviets. Roy Cohn's idea, natch. pic.twitter.com/5EJjPl431v
— Liam Donovan (@LPDonovan) October 6, 2016
No serious American President, with at least 1,550 U.S. nuclear warheads on alert, should ever have made the public threat Trump did today.
— Walter Pincus (@walterpincus) August 8, 2017
No President with 15 nuclear weapons should’ve made it either. https://t.co/xMSXRK60Jv
— Bear Braumoeller (@Prof_BearB) August 9, 2017