The Central Intelligence Agency just moved the timetable of dealing with the North Korean threat down to just three months. What this means is that President Trump could have three months or less to preemptively handle North Korea. This new development was presented to the President after the Intel determined that North Korea’s plans to make a missile, with capabilities of reaching the Eastern United States, should be complete within the next 120 days.
Contributing to this new intel is former Ambassador, John Bolton, who at the time was addressing the British House of Commons. If this data proves to be true we can expect President Trump to ready the troops sometime around March of next year.
The Central Intelligence Agency has told President Donald Trump that North Korea could have the ability to strike major U.S. cities, even with nuclear weapons, within the next three months, a former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations told British officials last week, according to The Guardian.
John Bolton, who served under former President George W. Bush, reportedly told officials at the House of Commons that CIA “chiefs” claimed there was a “three-month window” to act before Kim Jong Un’s regime gained the capability to attack U.S. cities.
Though Bolton is not an official within Trump’s administration, the apparent warning suggests North Korea’s threats of war and “fire” could be fully realized as early as March 2018.
The Guardian also reported that a senior U.S. commander recently said the same thing to a former European parliamentarian at the Demilitarized Zone on the Korean Peninsula, the area that divides North and South Korea.