VIDEO ‘We’ll See’: President Trump Responds to Reporter Question About Attacking North Korea
President Donald Trump said, “We’ll see”, when asked by a pool reporter if he was planning to attack North Korea in the wake of the latest nuclear weapons test in which the North Korean regime claimed to have successfully tested a hydrogen bomb that can fit on an ICBM.
Trump had just finished speaking with a priest outside St. John’s Episcopal Church near the White House Sunday morning where he attended a service for the National Day of Prayer for those affected by Hurricane Harvey when he was asked about North Korea.
The reporter, John T Bennett with CQ Roll Call said, “Mr. President, will you attack North Korea. With First Lady Melania standing with him, Trump nodded his head, said, “We’ll see. Thank you”, gave a wave of his right hand and walked to the waiting motorcade without saying anything further.
WATCH: Reporter: “Mr. President, will you attack North Korea?”
President Trump: “We’ll see.”
— NBC News (@NBCNews) September 3, 2017
Shorter ABC News video with captions.
— ABC News (@ABC) September 3, 2017
President Trump departing St. John's. Pool asked if he would attack North Korea. He replied "we'll see." pic.twitter.com/qiM9IcXBCR
— Tammy Thueringer (@TammyThueringer) September 3, 2017
President Trump briefly speaks to the media outside St. John’s Episcopal Church on Sunday.