Keith Ellison Says Kim Jong Un 'Acting More Responsible' Than Trump

Keith Ellison Says Kim Jong Un 'Acting More Responsible' Than Trump

North Korea announced on Wednesday a plan to attack the U.S. Pacific territory of Guam would be complete by mid-August.

Bets on a statue of Trump being erected in North Korea this year can now be made on odds of 66/1, while the likelihood of Jong-un staying on as North Korean leader beyond 2031 has been put at 4/7.

Food prices rose by 0.2 percent in July after coming in unchanged in June, while energy prices edged down by 0.1 percent after tumbling by 1.6 percent in the previous month. And what I'm telling you is once you start seeing missile launches, you're going to see-the time for cranking up the anti-war machine is right now.

"That was one of those I wish I'd not said", Ellison told the Post.

Shares hit by US-North Korea tensions
President insists on ramping up the war of words, there is a decreasing chance of any diplomatic solution", Carnell said. Crude futures extended losses on fears of slowing demand and lingering concerns over a global oversupply.

"Is President Trump driving [rising tensions] or is North Korea?" "Well, he's acting more responsible than this guy", Congressman Keith Ellison said alluding to Trump during a gathering of online activists in Georgia. "It's tailor-made for somebody to misuse". "And I think it's something that has been tested in recent-enough memory that Kim Jong Un realizes that we have a capacity".

"I know people say the rhetoric wasn't stopping the advancement of their weapons, but we're tracking it and we have the technology to intercept", McCaskill said. And so, what we need to do is try to tamper down this crisis.

On a more hopeful note, gamblers can also take a punt on the possibility that Trump and Jong-un will choose to settle their differences in a round of golf.

Related Articles

  • Gold steady near 2-mth highs as N. Korea tensions continue

    Gold steady near 2-mth highs as N. Korea tensions continue

    Shares Snap fell 1.94, or 14%, to 11.83 after the Snapchat parent reported earnings late Thursday that missed analyst forecasts. US crude fell 0.41 percent to $48.39 per barrel and Brent was last at $51.68, down 0.42 percent on the day.
    Natural disaster  of magnitude 6.5 hits Indonesia's Sumatra; tremors felt in Singapore

    Natural disaster of magnitude 6.5 hits Indonesia's Sumatra; tremors felt in Singapore

    When contacted, the Singapore Civil Defence Force said it was aware of the quake but had not received any calls for assistance. A strong quake has struck off the coast of southern Sumatra in Indonesia. "People were screaming", he told The Jakarta Post.
    Stocks plunge amid growing North Korean-US tensions, gold continues rise

    Stocks plunge amid growing North Korean-US tensions, gold continues rise

    Rival TripAdvisor also slumped after its latest quarterly report showed that online and transaction revenue growth fell sharply. The Dow Jones industrial average lost 0.15 percent, with the tech-heavy Nasdaq composite index declining 0.21 percent.
  • Trump discusses North Korea with France's Macron

    Trump discusses North Korea with France's Macron

    This rise in tensions between the United States and North Korea weighs on the financial markets and anxious many world leaders. On Friday, the president Trump had assured that the military option was now "ready". "I think he's there mentally".
    Mattis: US Prefers Diplomatic Approach

    Mattis: US Prefers Diplomatic Approach

    Speaking to journalists at his New Jersey golf club, the President said that he didn't think his comments had been "tough enough". Japan said Thursday it could shoot down missiles for its USA ally if North Korea fires them at Guam.
    Nigeria's Buhari

    Nigeria's Buhari "feels ready to go home", awaiting doctor's OK

    Buhari also "lauded Nigerian television stations and the media generally", for helping him keep tabs on happenings in the country. President Buhari has spent more time since the beginning of 2017 in Britain than in Nigeria.
  • SoundCloud Loses CEO But Stays Afloat With New $215 Million Investment

    SoundCloud Loses CEO But Stays Afloat With New $215 Million Investment

    You've told me how, without SoundCloud , there would be a giant gaping void in today's world of music. Nevertheless, the investments from the Raine Group and Temasek mean SoundCloud will stay independent.
    India 235-3 at tea on Day 1 of 3rd test vs

    India 235-3 at tea on Day 1 of 3rd test vs

    All the players were there and we discussed how we could take our game forward, and how we're going to win games. Anything over 375 will be a real bonus as like in the first two Tests, Sri Lanka will again have to bat last.
    The NBA's Top Pick Has Been Traded

    The NBA's Top Pick Has Been Traded

    Others think that he’ll continue to use the picks himself and construct a young core that can emerge after the Cavaliers vs. Fultz is an ideal scoring guard to run alongside him, and can also take over point guard duties if the Simmons experiment fails.
  • Late goal gives Arsenal EPL thriller win

    Late goal gives Arsenal EPL thriller win

    Wenger admitted he had given the former Montpellier man the chance to leave but is delighted he opted to stay put. Although Danny Welbeck leveled on the stroke of halftime, Vardy restored Leicester's lead after the break.
    Giroud's late goal powers Arsenal past Leicester City

    Giroud's late goal powers Arsenal past Leicester City

    To cap off a busy first half of the season, Welbeck tied things up after 45 minutes, scoring from close range. A predictable Arsenal implosion followed, with Shinji Okazaki and Jamie Vardy putting Leicester in front.
    Phil Neville: Manchester United's title bid strengthened by signing of Nemanja Matic

    Phil Neville: Manchester United's title bid strengthened by signing of Nemanja Matic

    If Nathaniel Chalobah or Ruben Loftus-Cheek were still there they could get rid of Matic and play a younger kid. Will he gel alongside Kante? Neville had his say on the matter at the Premier League launch in London today.