Some critics, including top Democrats and Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.), disagreed with the president’s rhetoric, which some saw as threatening a nuclear confrontation.“I’m not sure how that helps,” said McCain.Gorka, a deputy assistant to the president, said the message to Pyongyang from Trump is clear: “Don’t test this White House.”“We were a superpower. We are now a hyperpower. Nobody in the world, especially not North Korea, comes close to challenging our military capabilities,” he said.
- Delicious pieces of chocolate cake are available 24/7;
- Binders full of laudatory printouts available twice a day at your convenience;
- Unlimited guest appearances on ‘Fox & Friends’;
- You get to put ‘heavy moves’ on people;
- Everyone writes everything about you and only you;
- Extra towels in locations close to a U.S. military base;
- Military commanders pretend to defer to your authority without doing much of anything;
- Absolutely no one makes fun of you, except for foreigners, experts of all stripes, competent members of the civil service, and the United States Congress. Also, comedians.