Until now, US President Donald Trump has taken Kim Jong-Un’s threat of North Korea’s “reckless” advanced nuclear weapons program, including missiles that could reach American ground, as a bluff. But now, he’s sent the full force of the US Navy into Korean waters to keep a check on things.

This will certainly ruffle Kim’s feathers and turn the heat up on the tensions between the United States and North Korea, which are already pretty hot, especially considering many people have taken Trump’s 60-missile strike on Syria to be a warning to Kim at Pyongyang that he means business and this is what he’s capable of.

North Korea says Syria strike was ‘intolerable aggression’

North Korea, in an official statement, denounced Trump’s strike on Syria, branding it an act of “intolerable aggression” that justified their so-called “reckless” nuclear arms program against the US “a million times over.” US Pacific Command’s spokesman, Commander Dave Benham, announced that the Command had ordered the Carl Vinson Strike Group into the waters of North Korea, justifying it as “a prudent measure to maintain readiness and presence in the Western Pacific.”

Commander Benham added that North Korea is still “the number one threat” in that region and surely the focus of this strike force. He listed the reasons for this threat as its missile-testing program, which he described as “reckless, irresponsible, and destabilising,” and its “pursuit of a nuclear weapons capability.”

The strike team has rescheduled its port calls following the nuclear threats by Kim Jong-un and his cronies up in North Korea.

They were original slated to make a stop in Australia, but now they’re going straight from Singapore to the reaches of the Western Pacific Ocean.

Kim is determined to build a weapon capable of nuking America from his home turf

This is mainly because Kim claims to be hell-bent on creating a missile capable of bringing a nuclear warhead all the way from safe on North Korean soil to a major US city.

He’s thus far undergone five tests in trying to achieve this goal. Pictures taken from satellites seem to indicate he’s preparing for a sixth missile test, and these will continue until he’s able to bomb the sh*t out of Capitol Hill from his living room.

In the meantime, while Kim is still in the development stages of his WMDs against America, Trump’s top priority is not North Korea, but rather getting rid of Bashar al-Assad, the President of Syria, according to the American Ambassador to the United Nations.

Nikki Haley said that getting rid of him, getting rid of Iranian influence in Syria, and getting rid of Islamic State terrorists across the globe are Trump’s top priorities. Haley told CNN there is no “peaceful Syria” led by Assad.