North Korea conducted a large-scale, live fire military drill on Tuesday morning in yet another show of force. It was part of celebrations marking the 85th anniversary of the founding of the country’s military.

While the North fired weapons near the east coast of the Korean Peninsula, the U.S. and South Korea conducted drills off the west coast. Meanwhile, the USS Carl Vinson naval strike group is making its way to the divided peninsula.

CBS News correspondent Adriana Diaz reports that, in addition to beefing up America’s military presence in the region, President Trump is also stepping up his rhetoric.

On Monday, he said dictator Kim Jong Un isn’t as strong as he claims to be, and he blamed the international community for not doing more to rein him in.

The “status quo” on North Korea is “unacceptable,” Mr. Trump told members of the United Nations Security Council on Monday at the White House. He scolded the other members of the council for falling short in their dealings with North Korea.

The council must be prepared to impose additional and stronger sanctions,” he said.

The deployment of a U.S. Navy strike group which will be joined by two Japanese destroyers and South Korean ships to the Korean Peninsula is a show of force and a clear warning to North Korea.

The USS Michigan, a nuclear powered submarine, also arrived in the South Korean port city of Busan on Tuesday.

Angered by that U.S. military build-up and the threat of further sanctions, the Kim regime has stepped up its rhetoric, too, unveiling new weapons and lashing out rhetorically at its adversaries.

North Korean state media has called the military movements “extremely dangerous,” warning the U.S. to “consider carefully any catastrophic consequence.”

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