Yesterday, NBC reported that the Trump regime is considering plans presented by the National Security Council to redeploy nuclear weapons in South Korea and attempting to assassinate Kim Jong-un as a means of countering North Korea’s nuclear weapon program. 

The first and most controversial course of action under consideration is placing U.S. nuclear weapons in South Korea. The U.S. withdrew all nuclear weapons from South Korea 25 years ago. Bringing back bombs — likely to Osan Air Base, less than 50 miles south of the capital of Seoul — would mark the first overseas nuclear deployment since the end of the Cold War, an unquestionably provocative move.