A somber handwritten notes contents which lay only a few inches from the president’s hand as he addressed reporters gathered in the Roosevelt Room during a photo-op has just been revealed.

The note written in black magic marker and in caps was no doubt a forewarning to both the American people and perhaps more importantly to the North Korean régime that their actions will have repercussion.


Although the president appeared relaxed and in good humor, the event just hours before was obviously on his mind stating: “A missile was launched a little while ago from North Korea. I will only tell you that we will take care of it. It is a situation that we will handle.”

That cryptic remark seemed out of character for the usually verbose president, who likes to use a bit of humor in describing the pint-sized dictator as “little rocket man.”

Instead, the president quickly deferred to his Defense Secretary Jim Mattis, who immediately began filling in the gaps warning the world that Pyongyang could soon threaten, “everywhere in the world' and that the latest missile test went 'higher, frankly, than any previous shot they have taken.”

The unexpected missile launch comes just weeks after President Trump slapped fresh new sanctions on Pyongyang and finally declared the rogue régime a state sponsor of terrorism.

The Pentagon’s initial assessment of the launch estimated the missile flew about 620 miles before splashing down within 200 nautical miles of Japan's coast.

Experts also analyzed the distance of the missile which traveled just over 8,000 miles well within range of Washington D.C., Australia and also Europe.

Moreover the likelihood of Kim actually using a nuclear-tipped ICBM Missile directly against the United States or its allies would be suicidal; however, selling the technology to third parties like Islamic terrorists would in all probability be a reality.

This has prompted Nikki Haley our US Ambassador to the United Nations and her counterparts from Japan and South Korea to hold an emergency Security Council meeting on Wednesday afternoon.

Do you believe we have the technical capability to knock out of the sky an incoming ICBM Missile?

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