Trump started his Thursday morning with continued Twitter attacks on the Senate majority leader and the former President, showing his inability to get past petty rivalries during one of the most high-stakes weeks of his Presidency.
According to a new report, foreign diplomats visiting the United States are less than impressed with Donald Trump.
Trump also retweeted a poll - from a mysterious Twitter account called Progress Polls - that showed 61% of respondents saying he is a better President than Obama.
Trump also said he hoped to "de-nuke the world", but asserted the United States would maintain its nuclear stockpile and capability until then.
On Aug. 8, North Korea warned that they may use the missiles in response to a new round of U.N. sanctions that the country says is meant to "strangle a nation". China, which has been in the middle of US-North Korea negotiations, urged both sides to keep cool heads and avoid escalating the conflict. The company may need to balance Trump's tweets against its own commitment to free expression and also weigh the public interest value of Trump's unfiltered musings.
"After 200 days, rarely has any Administration achieved what we have achieved.not even close!"
Earlier on Wednesday, North Korea said it was "carefully examining" a plan to strike Guam, which is home to about 163,000 people and a U.S. military base that includes a submarine squadron, an airbase and a Coast Guard group. The posturing plays well with an evangelical base that would not traditionally have backed a twice-divorced reality show host and property developer from New York City. "Don't put it past him", Trump tweeted on October 17, 2012. An evangelical adviser, Texan pastor Robert Jeffress, confirmed that "God has given Trump authority to take out Kim Jong Un".
Philip Matthews is a senior reporter for Stuff.