"Here you have a situation where the president is just clearly just making it up as he goes along and trying some bellicose language because he thinks that will work", Soderberg said in an interview with "Power Lunch".
Earlier this week, Trump said that North Korea would be met with "fire and fury" if it made further threats against the US, and then on Thursday, he suggested that those words may not have been "tough enough" after the threats from North Korea continued.
"Force has always been an option, but it has always been the last option, not the first", Soderberg said.
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This appalling obliteration of human beings and their social order affects the Korean perception of USA military presence in the region today and can be used by Kim Jong-un forever to cement his authority. "That's not who we are".
President Donald Trump on Friday pulled back from his comments earlier in the week promising North Korea "fire and fury" if the country didn't hold off on their threats to the U.S. Just as we reach the 72nd anniversary of the nuclear bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, President Trump is making thinly veiled threats to again use USA nuclear weapons if they continue the same behavior! While Trump does appear to be sending a clear warning to North Korea, the stakes aren't limited to a legalistic reading of Twitter's policies. But Mattis said Thursday that the American effort was "diplomatically led".