President Donald Trump on Sunday offered another vague statement suggesting the US may use military force against North Korea.
When asked by the White House pool reporter outside of a Washington, D.C. church if Trump plans to attack North Korea, Trump responded "We'll see."
Trump's comments came hours after North Korea tested what it claimed was a hydrogen bomb, its most powerful nuclear weapon to date.
Following the test, Trump posted a series of tweets suggesting that the US could use military force against North Korea.
Trump specifically urged China to step up economic pressure intended to force North Korea to halt its nuclear program, saying that the US could stop trade with China entirely if Chinese companies and financial institutions continued to conduct business with North Korea.
The United States is considering, in addition to other options, stopping all trade with any country doing business with N...