Breaking: Right After North Korea Threat, Trump Makes Major Phone Call That's Turning Heads


President Donald Trump stated on Wednesday morning that he had a “very good” phone call with Chinese President Xi Jinping, who reportedly committed to the goal of denuclearizing the Korean Peninsula.

The president tweeted about the call he initiated with Xi.


The call comes just days after the two leaders met in Florida for the first time and as the United States deploys the USS Carl Vinson aircraft carrier group to the waters off the Korean Peninsula.

Pyongyang said Monday it would “hold the U.S. wholly accountable for the catastrophic consequences” if further military action results following the arrival of the Carl Vinson.

The United States and South Korea are currently participating in the largest-ever joint military exercises as North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Un regime prepares to conduct more long range missile tests.


Trump issued a pair of tweets on Tuesday calling on China to help rein in North Korea:

Xi told Trump during the call that China wants a peaceful resolution to the rising tensions between North Korea and the United States and its ally South Korea.


“China insists on realizing the denuclearization of the peninsula. … China advocates to resolve the issue through peaceful means is willing to maintain communication and coordination with the American side over the issue on the peninsula,” Xi stated according to a Chinese state run media outlet. 

“Trump and other U.S. officials have repeatedly called on China to leverage its status as North Korea’s biggest economic partner and source of food and fuel aid to force Pyongyang to abandon its nuclear weapons program,” Fox News reported

The Wall Street Journal revealed on Tuesday that activity appears to be taking place at North Korean nuclear test site indicative of the rogue regime preparing to detonate another nuclear weapon.

April 15 marks the “Day of the Sun” celebration in North Korea commemorating the birth of the nation’s founder Kim Il-Sung, which would be a likely time for the regime to conduct the test.

The Stars and Stripes reported Wednesday that the United States has deployed the Air Force “nuke sniffing” aircraft WC-135 Constant Phoenix to Okinawa, which is used to collect air samples of debris following a suspected nuclear detonation. 

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