The first part of Obama's tweet of comfort - both denouncing hate and calling for love - is now up to nearly 2.5 million likes and has over one million retweets. Lets come together as one! After bragging about the current strength of the economy, the president publicly addressed those at fault for the violence, condemning the racist actions of members of the KKK, neo-Nazis, and white supremacists .
What doesn't: a fiery war of words between North Korea and the United States president just ahead of the drills. He was assured later yesterday by visiting top United States general Joseph Dunford that USA military options being prepared against the North would be for when diplomatic and economic sanctions failed, South Korea's presidential office said.
Lee statue in the city. Governor Roy Cooper took to social media Tuesday to speak out against last weekend's violence in Charlottesville, Virginia and offer his suggestions for how best to handle Confederate markers in North Carolina moving forward.
The missile plans were previously announced. North Korea's state news agency KCNA reported earlier in the day that leader Kim Jong Un had examined plans for a launch. "If we stick with our strategic end-state being denuclearization, then we're talking war and limited strikes are not going to take care of the problem if we decide truly we can not live with a nuclear North Korea", Scott Silverstone, a senior fellow with the school's Center on the Future of War , said.
In fact, it's not the first time the Lincoln Memorial has been defaced this year. "A gel-type architectural paint stripper that is safe for use on historic stone", will be used to clean the memorial, the Park Service said in a statement.
Following Trump's vow to unleash " fire and fury " on North Korea, Kim's regime threatened to fire four Hwasong-12 missiles over Japan into waters near Guam, home to United States military bases in the region. Separately, Mr Moon met with the top United States military officer, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Joseph Dunford, in Seoul, who said the U.S.