Trump's harsh language on North Korea has little precedent, experts say


"And, in response, North Korea warned they are ready to teach the USA a severe lesson with its nuclear strategic force", the Late Show host informed his non-news watching/reading viewers - adding that other countries were not being threatened.

Humphrey served two terms in the U.S. Senate as a Republican from 1979-1990.

Her comments come after the President of the U.S. promised "fire and fury like the world has never seen before".

"Oh, we've seen it before", Colbert reacted.

And the only way they will take action is if Donald Trump provokes them into it.

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Colbert then played a montage of Trump saying numerous variations of the phrase "the likes of which this world has never seen before".

There were a few things on Colbert's laundry list that he wanted the North Korean dictator to know, though.

In response, North Korea said it was considering a missile strike on the USA territory of Guam.

"They count on me to be a straight shooter with a calm voice", he said to start his monologue Tuesday. Whether he is tweeting about something that he asserts is "sad" or speaking nonsensically at a Boy Scout jamboree, for the most part we accept most of what he says with a combination of resignation and disbelief. Or is the United States moving closer to all out war? Gordon Humphrey has written a letter to the state's congressional delegation, calling President Donald Trump's "fire and fury" threat to North Korea "crazy" and questioning his fitness as president. "You'll get us all killed", Colbert warned. "He (Kim Jong-un) has been very threatening, beyond a normal statement".