North Korea has responded to President Trump's "fire and fury" comment with a detailed plan threatening the U-S territory of Guam.
North Korea’s military says it will be ready by mid-August to simultaneously launch four missiles that will fly over Japan and will land in the waters off the U.S. territory of Guam. The plan is awaiting dictator Kim Jong Un's approval.
Guam's governor estimates chances of a strike at "one million to one." but Homeland Security officials have still told residents to have a plan in place just in case.
North Korea’s military says the plan is in response to President Trump who promised "fire and fury" for the communist nation if it continued to threaten America.
The general in charge of North Korea’s missile force said, "sound dialogue is not possible" with President Trump and that "only absolute force can work on him."
The President's words promising "fire and fury" were his own, but Trump administration officials insist everyone is on the same page.
Defense Secretary James Mattis issued his own threat Wednesday, saying further action from North Korea could lead to "the end of its regime and the destruction of its people."
Japan, which is one of America's closest Asian allies, responded to the threat from North Korea to say any attack on US citizens would threaten its own existence and says it will shoot down North Korean missiles flying over Japanese airspace.