Rex Tillerson, the U.S. Secretary of State, said while the US was unsuccessful in stopping #Kim Jong-un from stockpiling missiles, the country was ready to take other approaches to end the North Korean leader's atomic weapons program. However, the media outlet that serves the North Korean state had cautioned that the country's military was equipped with weapons that could launch a massive preemptive strike against the U.S.A.

The U.S. President Donald Trump and the North Korean leader have taken a hard stance against each other. Both men have arguably promised to release fleets of very powerful arsenal against each other.

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China tries to intervene in the US and N. Korea's feud

China, however, had stepped in to try and quell the tension that has become increasingly bitter over the past few weeks but was rebuked by the North Korean leader. And despite the warnings issued by the #Donald Trump administration, Jong-Un and his military commanders continue to enhance the country's atomic weaponry program. However, the move by North Korea is against the agreement that governs the countries that are members of the United Nation Security Council.

The official news agency, Rodong Sinmun, reported the critical warning from the North Korean President. The state-owned media outlet declared that the country is capable of launching a super-strong preemptive strike that the military would release on the United States. [VIDEO] And according to the report, the magnitude of the strike would reduce several U.S.

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states to a plateau of fiery rubble. North Korea's President also warned that he had set in place a defense team that would wipe out the #United States army once it invades the coastline of North Korea.

Jong-un boastfully parades stockpiles of military missiles

The outspoken Kim Jong-un consistently undermines the United State and has shown no constraint towards the neighboring countries of South Korea and Japan. And while, the country's anticipated rocket launch failed miserably last Sunday, the young leader boastfully parades the country's large contingent of rockets in Pyongyang.

Recently, at a press briefing in Washington, Rex Tillerson told journalists that the U.S. President is taking a new approach to cut state sponsorship as well as pursue an alternate course of action that will put pressure on the North Korean administration.

However, the U.S. Vice President Mike Pence, while he was on a diplomatic trip to several Asian countries stated that the period of strategic patience between North Korea and the United States was over.