U.S. Ambassador Nikki Haley to U.N.: 'Enough is enough'
North Korea is "begging for war," and the United Nations must exhaust all diplomatic means to halt the expansion of Pyongyang's nuclear program before it's too late, U.S. Ambassador Nikki Haley said at an emergency meeting of the Security Council on Monday, one day after Pyongyang conducted its sixth and by far most powerful nuclear test. "Enough is enough," Haley said. The test drew an angry response from the Trump administration, and Defense Secretary Jim Mattis warned of a "massive military response" against North Korea. In a series of tweets, President Trump threatened to halt all trade with countries doing business with the North, a veiled warning to China, who called Trump's threat "unacceptable." South Korea responded to Sunday's nuclear test by firing missiles into the sea Monday in a simulation of an attack on North Korea's primary nuclear sites.