He promised "fire and fury like the world has never seen" should North Korea continue to threaten the United States.
His emphatic statement had the media in such a tizzy to push the story, one publication apparently skipped proofreading and printed an unusual headline: "Trump warns of 'fire and furry.'"
The White House confirmed that Trump used the phrase "fire and fury" behind closed doors and any intention of using it as a public proclamation was not discussed.
But maybe "fire and furry" was given the green light.
They arm a nuclear missile. We send in animals that are apparently on fire? Carrying fire? Able to make fire? Firing guns? Guy Fieri?— Kevin McCullough (@ksmccullough) August 9, 2017
Whether the Augusta, Maine, daily newspaper intentionally gifted Twitter this gem, one thing is certain. Things are definitely getting hairy with North Korea.