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Standing near the front line of the world's tensest standoff, President Donald Trump on Wednesday issued a direct and personal warning to North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un, declaring during his first major speech in Asia that continued nuclear provocation could result in the communist nation's obliteration."The weapons you are acquiring are not making you safer, they are putting your regime in grave danger," Trump said during an address at South Korea's National Assembly in Seoul. During a series of public appearances in and around the South Korean capital on Tuesday, Trump defended his provocative threats toward Kim, but declined to repeat the type of fiery bombast which has helped ratchet up tensions here.
He received support in Japan for his combative stance, but in Seoul -- positioned 35 miles from the border with the North -- Trump's fiery rhetoric has been met with unease.
Trump (@real Donald Trump) November 8, 2017North Korea's provocations have provided the underpinning for Trump's intensive talks in Asia at the start of his marathon tour of the continent.
"The world cannot tolerate the menace of a rogue regime that threatens with nuclear devastation.""We call on every nation -- including China and Russia -- to fully implement UN Security Council resolutions, downgrade diplomatic relations with the regime and sever all ties of trade and technology," Trump said.
At no other point on his 13-day tour of Asia will Trump have a similar opportunity to lay out at length his plan to help secure American allies while also pursuing aggressive trade policies he believes will put the United States on fairer footing.
Drafts of the speech were in the works for weeks, officials say, with input from Trump's top national security aides like Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and national security adviser HR Mc Master.
Trump's speechwriter Stephen Miller is accompanying the President in Asia.Ahead of Trump's speech to South Korea's National Assembly, North Korean officials authorized to speak to CNN said the risk of war had never been higher."Over decades of bilateral confrontation, never, ever has the situation on the Korean peninsula been this acute with the real military confrontation and risk of another Korean War looming over the horizon," officials told CNN's Will Ripley.While North Korea will be closely watching and listening to President Trump's words, the regime is downplaying the impact of his speech on their actions.The officials said: "We don't care about what that mad dog may utter because we've already heard enough."The address drew heavily upon the long history of American military support for South Korea, with references to the Korean War-era Inchon landings and the Battle of Pork Chop Hill that featured tens of thousands of American servicemen flooding the peninsula to counter the advance of communism on the peninsula."North Korea is a country ruled by a cult.At the center of this military cult is a deranged belief in the ruler's destiny to rule as a parent protector over a conquered Korean Peninsula," Trump said."The more successful South Korea becomes the more successfully you discredit the dark fantasy at the heart of the North Korean regime."The officials told CNN's Will Ripley ahead of the address that North Korea is not yet interested in talks with the United States despite Trump's conciliatory tone in South Korea.US officials point out three American citizens are currently in North Korean custody, and any diplomacy would also need to involve discussions for their release.According to officials in North Korea and the United States, diplomatic channels are still closed after Trump's fiery UN speech in September.However, North Korea won't rule out future talks, but still feels the need to prove their nuclear capabilities, which means more tests, the officials said.Lifeline Chat is a service of the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, connecting individuals with counselors for emotional support and other services via web chat. A crisis counselor will soon start a conversation with you. To speak to a counselor now, please call the Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255).All chat centers in the Lifeline network are accredited by CONTACT USA. Anyone who is depressed, going through a hard time, needs to talk, or is thinking about suicide can use the chat.