President Trump Addresses North Korea With Strongly Worded Message

President Trump is in China Wednesday morning, where our two countries signed a $9 billion business deal.

The president is also using his first presidential trip to Asia to speak out against North Korea.

He delivered a strongly worded speech in front of the South Korean parliament, warning the north about nuclear threats.

President Trump insisted America is not seeking war and offered North Korea a diplomatic way out.

He says the communist nation’s only option is to stop testing ballistic missiles and get rid of all nuclear weapons.

Kim Jong-un has threatened the U.S., Japan and South Korea with multiple weapons tests this year.

President Trump recently vowed to totally destroy North Korea if the threats continue.

After his speech, President Trump and the first lady paid their respects at Seoul National Cemetery, by participating in a wreath laying ceremony.