Biden warns North Korea: “A nuclear attack means the end of your regime” | outside

US President Joe Biden warns North Korea against launching a nuclear attack. He said during a press conference with South Korean President Yoon Sok-yul at the White House that such an action would mean the end of the North Korean regime.

The latter stressed that peace with North Korea is possible only with “a show of force and deterrence.” So Washington and Seoul announced a new agreement. “If a nuclear attack follows, the United States will respond immediately in an overwhelming majority,” she says, among other things. Read: with nuclear weapons.

Seoul will also gain more insight into US planning and strategy and will be able to provide input for this matter itself. In return, South Korea pledged not to develop a nuclear weapons program. The US government will send a nuclear-powered ballistic missile submarine to South Korea for the first time since the 1980s.


The expansion of communist North Korea’s missile arsenal and the prospect of an imminent nuclear test raise concerns. Biden has offered to get North Korea under the rug for now.

More than a month ago, the North Korean leader called on his countrymen to be prepared “at all times” for a nuclear attack. Kim Jong Un holds the United States and South Korea responsible for the escalating tensions in light of the military exercises in the region.

US President Joe Biden and his predecessor Donald Trump. © AFP


Biden also took a closer look at Donald Trump, his closest rival in the 2024 presidential election. “I am not the only Democrat who can defeat him. But I know him well and understand the danger he poses to our democracy.”

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Biden (80 years old) is the oldest president in history to run for the White House again. At the end of a potential second term, he will be 86 years old. In 2020, Biden won the presidential election against then-President Trump. He has been president since 2021.

Biden believes his age does not matter. “I still feel good. The coming years will determine what the next three or four decades will look like. I have never been so optimistic about the possibilities of the United States.”

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