North Korea has moved jet fighters to the coast to intercept US bombers after accusing Donald Trump of “declaring war”. The dictatorship’s foreign minister yesterday claimed Pyongyang could target US jets flying outside North Korean airspace after President Donald Trump threatened to “totally destroy” North Korea. South Korea’s National Intelligence Service said that while Pyongyang did not appear to have

picked up the presence of the US B-1B Lancer warplanes over the weekend, it had since bolstered its coastal defenses. Lee Cheol-Woo, the chief of the National Assembly’s intelligence committee, said: “North Korea relocated its warplanes and strengthened defenses along the east coast.” Meanwhile, the White House has blasted North Korea’s “absurd” claims that the US has “declared war” on Kim Jong-un’s rogue nation. READ MORE