"No action looks like weakness"

Kilmeade appeared to take issue with the lack of action, saying” North Korea is watching. All our enemies are watching. Of course, Assad is watching. and for seven weeks, nothing but provocations.”

He then added “There is a price to pay for inaction and that says a lot we have put suffocating sanctions on them. Every day that passes by they get weaker. Every day that passes by when they blow up four tankers and we do nothing and they blow up a drone that costs $130 million and we do nothing. We know it’s not going to end there at some points in the Middle East no action looks like weakness. And weakness begets more attacks.”