Trump is scheduled to meet this week with Chinese President Xi Jinping to discuss how to handle the rogue ruler.
Another option is the placement of nuclear weapons in South Korea, an idea the US Air Force does not support, according to military sources.
However, former U.S. ambassador to South Korea Mark Lippert feels most of the citizens would embrace having nukes in their country!
“It’s something that’s being debated, and support for it over time … is climbing,” said Lippert, who feels the idea undermines the objective of a nuclear-free zone in the region.
Besides Kim Jong-un, his top henchmen in charge of North Korea’s missiles and nuclear weapons would also be targets.
Lippert also has concerns over how China would react to the idea of Trump taking out the despised dictator.
“Discussions of regime change and decapitation tend to cause the Chinese great pause of concern and tends to have them move in the opposite direction we would like them to move in terms of pressure,” said Lippert.
News agencies around the world speculate if South Korea launches their own operation to eliminate Kim, US special forces would participate and support their actions.
“Decapitation is always a tempting strategy when you’re faced with a highly unpredictable and highly dangerous leader,” declared a former NATO commander.