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Trump smiles, winks when asked about 'calm before the storm' remark

08 October 2017

Thursday night, the us president has launched a note of enigmatic saying that the present moment could be " the calm before the storm ", without giving further explanations.

Donald Trump and Melania Trump host a Hispanic Heritage Month event at the White House on October 6. He also compared their death toll to that of Hurricane Katrina and said the Puerto Ricans should be "proud" only 16 of their people were killed.

President Trump said, "That's so fantastic". "Maybe it's the calm before the storm".

"Not just the nuclear deal as bad behavior, but the ballistic missile testing, destabilizing of the region, Number One state sponsor of terrorism, cyber attacks, illicit nuclear program", she continued.

A second reporter asked Trump if the "storm" was in reference to action regarding Iran or the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS).

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During the event honouring the Hispanic community for its contributions to the US, Trump said: "You teach our children".

"We are also praying for the people of Puerto Rico", said Trump, putting poor emphasis on the first two syllables of the word "Puerto".

Second-guessing Trump is one of possibly the most tricky adventures for anyone to undertake in this White House. Another added: "Just because you say Puerto Rico with a Spanish accent doesn't make you likeable".

Mr Trump's ominous comments come during a time of strained relations between the USA and two countries, Iran and North Korea.

The UN Security Council has unanimously passed a US-drafted resolution that imposes strongest sanctions ever on North Korea, with measures targeting its last remaining major exports and reducing about 30 per cent of oil provided to it.

Trump smiles, winks when asked about 'calm before the storm' remark