World War 3: Donald Trump could start a nuclear with North Korea, claims Governor | World | News

Chairman of the Democratic Governors Association, Jay Inslee, said he is worried that “unbalanced” Trump’s access to nuclear arms presents “a danger to American democracy and the world”.

He said: “I’m very concerned we have such a chaotic, unbalanced, unstable person with the thermo-nuclear trigger.

“And we have issues on the Korean Peninsula that I am very concerned about that.”

He was interviewed to discuss the Democrats’ victory in the Alabama special election and when asked what could prevent the Democrats from gaining office, he said his main concern is war.

Mr Inslee is a two-term Governor from Washington and some view him as a potential 2020 Presidential Candidate.

He added: “I don’t say this without a lot of thought. I can tell you that there are many in the armed services that share these concerns. It’s time for people like myself to warn Americans of this concern.”

Tensions between the US and are high since Pyongyang has been racing to develop a nuclear weapon capable of hitting mainland America.

US Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley said Kim Jong-un is “begging for war” during an emergency UN Security Council meeting on September 4.

Mr Inslee’s comments come after US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson warned must come to the table and negotiate.

Mr Tillerson spoke at the 2017 Atlantic Council-Korea Foundation Forum in Washington on Tuesday and said the US is “ready to talk anytime North Korea like to talk”.

He said: “We need the DPRK to come to the table, we are ready to talk anytime they like to talk.

“But they have to come to the table and they have to come to the table with the view that they are going to make a different choice.”

Mr Tillerson stressed the importance of the continuing relationship between the US, South Korea and Japan and on the shared aim with China to denuclearise the rogue state.

He said: “Our policy is very clear and that is the denuclearisation of the Korean peninsula. it is a policy that is shared within the region, in fact, that is China’s policy as well and Russia has stated it is also its policy.

“The importance of the success of all this is the very strong relationship that exists between the United States, the Republic of Korea and Japan.”

He added: “This is the basis for the security and the structure of the region and it is one that we continue to have in place and continue to exercise together so that we are ready for any possible military…

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