North Korea released photos on Tuesday of Kim Jong Un looking at maps with military leaders, supposedly putting the finishing touches on a plan for a nuclear strike on Guam.
The map reading "Strategic Force's Firing Strike Plan" depicted a flight path for missiles that would start from the east coast of North Korea and arc over Japan to land near Guam, Reuters reported. Kim called it a “close and careful plan,” saying that he will continue to watch the U.S. before deciding whether to launch missiles, according to North Korean state news.
What should the U.S. do about North Korea? Rep. Maxine Waters has a plan; it’s a newfangled word, “diplomacy.” Maybe you’ve heard of it? Doc Thompson and Kris Cruz listened to her take on Tuesday’s “The Morning Blaze with Doc Thompson.”
“It’s not an easy solution … until Maxine Waters,” Doc said sarcastically.
“The United States State Department must be stacked up to deal in diplomacy,” Maxine Waters told TMZ in a video interview last week. “I think there’s some things that they want from us, and we have to find out whether or not we can work with them on the things that they’re asking for,” she said.