NORTH KOREA and Donald Trump will go to war and hundreds of thousands of people will be killed if one “wrong move” is made on the Korean peninsula, according to Democratic Congressman John Garamendi.
North Korea and Donald Trump’s verbal war could escalate in a nuclear war or in an “all-out war” very soon, said John Garamendi, Congressman for California.
In an interview with CNN, Mr Garamendi said both Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un are unfit to run their countries.
He said: “We’ve got a crazy leading North Korea and we’ve got a crazy in the White House.
“Just a small mistake, a small error somewhere in that peninsula and we could have a nuclear war.
“We could have hundreds of thousands of people killed, maybe not in a nuclear war but just in an all-out war.
“It is a very, very serious problem. What if you had an uncle that lied to you and did untruth 1,951 times in the last 11 months and every morning you wake up wondering what in the hell the tweet is going to say this morning?
“That’s what America faces and we’ve got a bully. We saw him bully every one of those candidates in the Republican primary and do the same thing, stalking Hilary Clinton in a debate.
“Who knows what he’s going to say. It is downright frightening for the entire world.
“All around in my own district people are asking me ‘What in the hell is going on in Washington? What is that President going to do?’
“And I know from national leaders and the key people in other governments are going ‘Can you explain this?’, yeah I can explain this, we’ve got a guy in the White House that is unstable and unfit for office.”
Donald Trump was criticised for being mentally unfit to be the President of the United States after he replied to Kim Jong-un’s threat of using his “nuclear button” against the US in a tweet.
The American President said the US has a “much bigger and much more powerful nuclear button” than North Korea’s.
In response to allegations he is not fit to run the country, Trump tweeted: “Throughout my life, my two greatest assets have been mental stability and being, like, really smart. I went from VERY successful businessman to top T.V. Star to President of the United States (on my first try). I think that would qualify as not smart, but genius….and a very stable genius at that!”