North Korea has claimed that Donald Trump has lit “the wick of war” and vows to “settle the final score with a hail of fire, not words.” The recent outrage was sparked following Trump’s controversial appearance at the United Nations summit last month.
Foreign Minister to Kim Jong-un, Ri Yong-ho, uttered the disturbing threat: “With his bellicose and insane statement at the United Nations, Trump, you can say, has lit the wick of a war against us. We need to settle the final score, only with a hail of fire, not words.”
According to news outlets including CNN and Global News, the state of Hawaii has been directed to prepare for a nuclear attack. Starting in November, Hawaii’s disaster warning plan will include a new protocol in case of a nuclear attack, according to CNN affiliate KNHL. A guidance summary from the Hawaii Emergency Management Agency reveals that residents will be alerted of nuclear detonation through siren alarms and flashing white lights.
According to state representative, Gene Ward, younger Hawaiians seem to be the most alarmed by these threats as they have not faced this kind of threat before in their lives. He explains that “it’s probably more surreal to younger generations.”
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