President Trump is officially threatening action against North Korea. His statements come only days after the country fired its most recent intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM). Despite this setback, Trump is confident the U.S will be able to restrain North Korea’s nuclear program.

During a Cabinet meeting at the White House, President Trump spoke to reporters about plans and ideas on how to react to North Korea’s recent missile firing. The President assured reporters that he and his cabinet would “handle North Korea,” and that they “handle everything.”

Despite this, the situation does look undeniably grim if something isn’t done soon. According to The Hill:

North Korea last Friday launched its second ballistic missile in less than a month, raising concerns about Pyongyang’s capabilities to strike the U.S. mainland.

Experts believe the ICBM could potentially hit the United States’ West Coast. American presidents have long vowed to prevent North Korea from gaining such a weapon.

It remains unclear whether North Korea has developed the technology that would allow it to place a nuclear warhead on top of an ICBM. Intelligence agencies said last week, however, that North Korea could have that ability within a year.

The situation the U.S is facing with North Korea is one of dire importance. As a result, this threat to national security has been moving its way to nearly the top of President Trump’s “to-do” list.

However, America’s actions aren’t the only thing on President Trump’s mind. He also recently took to Twitter, and began tweeting about his frustrations at China. As China is North Korea’s largest trading partner and biggest ally, Trump believes China needs to “reign in” Pyongyang’s actions. He is also angry at China for not being able to dissuade North Korean leader Kim Jong Un from developing nuclear weapons.

Trump’s tweet read: “I am very disappointed in China. Our foolish past leaders have allowed them to make hundreds of billions of dollars a year in trade, yet they do NOTHING for us with North Korea, just talk. We will no longer allow this to continue. China could easily solve this problem!”