Kim Jong Un and Donald Trump are still engaged in a war of words over North Korea's missiles and America's possible response. "At this point," Bill declared, "I think there is zero possibility that the U.S. launches a preemptory nuclear strike on anyone. We should strangle them economically and put some warships off their coast."
For a view of the moral aspect of the situation, Bill welcomed Pastor Robert Jeffress, who has advised President Trump. Jeffress explained why he believes a unilateral strike is within the bounds of morality. "A lot of Christians are really confused about the use of force when dealing with evil," he said, "but I believe the Bible gives President Trump full moral authority to use whatever force necessary, including assassination and war, to take out Kim Jong Un and deal with evil! They are evil because they are threatening an attack on our nation and starving their people to death. Sometimes you have to confront evil." Bill took issue with one facet of Jeffress' position, saying, "I don't know if we can justify a preemptive nuclear strike that would kill tens of thousands of people who are captives of this evil regime."