US VP Mike Pence Traveling to Asia-Pacific to Address ‘Problems’
US Vice President Mike Pence is opening his trip to the Asia-Pacific region to address the tensions in North Korea over the tiny impoverished, starving nation’s nuclear and missile programs.
VP Pence arrives Sunday in South Korea as President Donald Trump vows that Kim Jong Un’s government is a “problem” that will be “taken care of.”
Our VP’s 10-day trip comes as North Korea celebrates the 105th anniversary of the birth of national founder Kim Il Sung, Saturday. It’s North Korea’s most important holiday and a large-scale military parade is expected.
Tensions have been on the rise along the Korean Peninsula in recent weeks over concerns about North Korean aggression.
Remember, President Donald Trump said, “…the problem will be taken care of.”