Trump Warns North Korea: Consequences to 'Very Bad Behavior'

Violet Powell
July 7, 2017

The Kremlin said it disagreed with US President Donald Trump's assessment of Russia's behaviour as destabilising.

Poland will receive Patriot missile systems from the United States by 2022, Polish Defense Minister Antoni Macierewicz said Thursday after announcing the signing of the deal.

U.S. President Donald Trump delivers a speech in Krasinski Square, in Warsaw.

President Trump also stressed the USA ties to Poland.

One topic overshadowed Trump's Poland visit and it is likely to dominate upcoming discussions with Russia President Putin in Germany: North Korea and its growing threat to the United States and its East Asian allies.

Yet earlier in the day, Trump demurred on the opportunity to call out Russian President Vladimir Putin for meddling in the 2016 presidential election. The test of an ICBM marked a major technological advancement for North Korea that USA officials have described as intensifying the threat against the bringing the North closer to being able to mount a nuclear warhead atop a missile that could hit American soil. "And also the threat from Russian Federation will be explicitly mentioned". Just about any time we requested, they were there.

Trump is meeting the heads of state of the Three Seas Initiative, to which 12 countries from the Mediterranean and the Black Sea to the Baltic Sea belong, among them President Kersti Kaljulaid.

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Trump first noted that Poland's "victory over communism" was supported by a "strong alliance in the West that defied tyranny".

"I think it could very well have been Russia", Trump told reporters, adding, "But I think it could well have been other countries".

"We stand firmly behind Article 5", Trump said during a speech in Warsaw, Poland.

Trump, however, offered no mention of Polish democracy concerns, unlike President Barack Obama's visit to Warsaw for a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit nearly exactly a year ago.

The U.S. has been considering a range of possible sanctions, economic measures and other steps in response to Pyongyang.

First Lady Melania Trump is accompanying her husband on his second foreign trip since being inaugurated on January 20.

Trump was also asked about the CNN wrestling GIF controversy in an exchange during which he called CNN, once again, "fake news".

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