On Friday, the second global ballistic missile had been launched by North Korea into the Sea of Japan, as per the statement of Pentagon officials.

Earlier this month, after North Korea accomplished a test-launching its first global ballistic missile, Donald Trump tweeted that, in the first quarter, country’s trade with China had grown 40% approximately. “Working with us is so much for China," he wrote, "But we had to give it a try!"

To strike any target, Kim Jong-Un, the leader of North Korea bragged an ability of his country

In a serious challenge to Trump, Kim Jong-Un bragged about the ability of his country to beat any target in the US after the Intercontinental Ballistic Missile test that weapons professionals said could still bring New York into range.

Under the leadership of Kim, in an open resistance to an international censure and numerous sets of UN sanctions, North Korea has sped up its drive in the direction of credible nuclear strike ability.

Pyongyang’s Korean Central News Agency said, “Large specified sized weighty nuclear warhead”

To show the maximum range of Hwasong-14 with a "large specified sized weighty nuclear warhead, Friday's test was designed," Korean Central News Agency (KCNA), controlled from Pyongyang said in its statement.

Washington should consider the launch in a form of "grave warning" it said.

Korean Central News Agency quoted Kim, its leader that "The entire US mainland" is now within the range of North Korea.

According to the agency, "A valuable asset" that cannot be turned over or exchanged, the North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un called weapons program of Pyongyang.

In a repeated statement of Beijing its long-detained position on missile program of North Korea.

The US sent two B-1 bombers from Andersen Air Force Base in Guam on Saturday

Another continuing swing is that in Guam, over the Korean Peninsula there two US B-1 bombers have been sent from Andersen Air Force Base on a 10-hour round trip, in what the US Pacific Air Forces called a direct feedback to the North Korean missile test.

To test "combined abilities" during the mission, the B-1s grouped up with fighter jets of Japan and South Korea, the US military said in a communication.

US military was all set to answer with quick, lethal, and very large force

North Korea was the acutest threat to regional firmness and the US military was “all set at a time and place of our selecting to answer with quick, lethal, and very large force” the US Pacific Air Force’s commander named General Terrence O’Shaughnessy said, on Sunday.

“It is time to revitalize yourself,” said by Melissa Hanham, a researcher at the East Asian Nonproliferation Program at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies.

“Over a period of ten years, we have been too submissive regarding this for well. My biggest anxiety is that the Trump administration is too subterranean in intrigue and domestic dissension that they will not identify the value of this test and will not get involved.”