Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-SC, said Wednesday that the U.S. is on a “collision course” with North Korea over their nuclear weapons program.
“I talked to [President Trump] … about this very topic,” Graham said during an appearance on NBC’s “Today” show. “I said, ‘do you want on your resume, that during your presidency the North Koreans developed a missile that can hit the American homeland with a nuclear weapon on top of it?’
“And he said ‘absolutely not,'” the South Carolina Senator said.
Sen. Graham said he has told President Trump to “tell China that if you don’t take care of it, we will.”
“It means that if China can’t stop the regime from building a missile that can one day hit the American homeland that we would do everything, including diplomatic sanctions and military strike to stop the missile program,” he said.
“Do you really want North Korea to have a missile that can hit California with a nuclear weapon? … Now is the time to stop.”