Asked during his press conference Wednesday with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau about a potential conflict of opinions on North Korea between himself and Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, President Donald Trump had to point out the obvious to the liberal mainstream media.
The president said:
"I think I have a little bit different attitude on North Korea than other people might have.
And I listen to everybody, but ultimately my attitude is the one that matters, isn't it? That's the way it works. That's the way the system is.
But I think I might have a somewhat different attitude and a different way than other people. I think perhaps I feel stronger and tougher on that subject than other people, but I listen to everybody. And ultimately, I will do what's right for the United States and, really, what's right for the world. Because that's really a world problem; that's beyond just the United States. That's a world problem, and it's a problem that has to be solved."
While the president has no intention of telegraphing his moves as they relate to North Korea, it’s clear that for now he has his mind made up as to a course of action and a final goal.