The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea fired another ballistic missile today, in a move that many feel is designed to provoke the United States or possibly Japan or other nations into war.
The missile did not fare so well.
President Trump reassured Americans today on Twitter that the missile flight was unsuccessful.
The U.S. military informed the President that the North Korean missile only flew 22 miles, broke up in North Korean airspace over land, and then ended up partially floating in the Sea of Japan.
Why was the missile traveling north, toward our allies and possibly American boats?
Does this mean Kim Jong-un is finally signaling that a hot war with the United States has begun?