Last updated: 3 April 2017 - 1:00 PM
BAGHDAD (Reuters) - US President Donald Trump said on Monday he was ready to take unilateral action if China refused to help the United States eliminate North Korea's nuclear threats. Trump said in an interview with the Financial Times: "The United States will" Solved "the problem of the nuclear threat coming from North Korea, whether with the help of China or without it," noting that "China has a great influence on North Korea, and will decide whether it will help us to solve this problem or not." He stressed, "The United States can Success in eliminating Korea's threats To the north of the nuclear alone, without China's cooperation with them, "stressing that" if they help us it would be good for them, and if they do not do it will not be good for any party. "To the question asked him what if he intended a unilateral and direct action against North Korea "I do not have to say more than that," he said. Trump did not give details about what kind of behavior he could take. "