President Trump Warns Ominously: “It’s the Calm Before the Storm”
(ANTIMEDIA) Washington, D.C. — In front of cameras on Thursday evening, as he met with senior military officials and their spouses at the White House, President Donald Trump said those in attendance could be witnessing the “calm before the storm.”
“You guys know what this represents?” Trump asked as he and his guests posed for photos before dinner. “Maybe it’s the calm before the storm.”
When he was asked by reporters to clarify what he meant, Trump stated simply that he had “the world’s great military people in this room,” then thanked the media present for coming.
Pressed further about his rather ominous remark, the American president replied only: “You’ll find out.”
The vagueness of Trump’s comments prompted immediate speculation as to what “storm” he could be hinting at. Presently, the consensus in the mainstream media appears to be that the U.S. leader was referring to the ongoing situations with either North Korea or Iran.
U.S. tensions with North Korea have been steadily escalating for months, with