"We're going to do a great job", Trump told Gov. Eddie Baza Calvo, in video of the president's telephone call broadcast on "Anderson Cooper 360" on CNN.
The letter was handed in by Giles Fraser, journalist and priest: Victoria Brittain, writer and journalist; Bruce Kent, peace activist; Jan Wolf, playwright; Helen Drewery, Quakers in Britain; Carol Turner, Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament; Lindsey German, Stop the War Coalition; Murad Qureshi, Stop the War Coalition.
Guam's faced previous threats of a rocket attack from North Korea, which has been conducting frequent tests of its nuclear missile capability. "There's really nowhere to hide if the attack were to happen".
"In those days you had to fly for 33 hours to get there - first to London, then Bangkok, then Manila and on to Guam".
Guam's total population is 160,000. What are the actual threats about?.
There is a full interagency communication process during a North Korean missile launch which would involve command centers from the Pentagon, the intelligence community and major US military commands overseas. Yes, there's a statement concerning the North Korea situation.
Go as far below ground as possible or in the center of a tall building. It warns not to "look at the flash or fireball - it can blind you".
At a time when North Korea tensions are escalating, the secretary of the Air Force is warning about the capabilities of the branch of the military she oversees.
The United Nations must immediately convene North Korea and the United States, along with South Korea, China and Japan around a common table to cool the rhetoric and lessen the tension.
Jeff Bell, 32, a civil and mechanical engineer, moved back to Guam seven years ago.
"Preparation for attack? I'm doing it!" he said, pointing to a grill he was readying for burgers and hot dogs.
"Most people that live here, they've heard this before", said Aaron Burger, who's lived here more than a decade.
The U.S. military began rotating bombers - the B-2 stealth bomber as well as the B-1 and B-52 - to Andersen in 2004. "A lot of people only think of Guam in terms of its military strategic importance".
There are also two large American naval bases in Japan - Saseba and Yokosuka - that harbor over 20 U.S. Navy ships from the U.S. Seventh Fleet. It's a beautiful island, peaceful people who are not interested in war. They are afraid of what we are capable of.
Trump's hawkish policies have resulted in devastating costs to Iraqi and Syrian civilians. If none have been designated, make your own list of potential shelters.
The president called the US military "incredible, "rock solid" and "the best in the world by a factor of five".
But Hartz says the latest North Korea scare feels more serious than previous ones.
According to the recent press report, which remains unverified by NPR, North Korea could have up to 60 nuclear weapons.
Most experts agree that North Korea could have a nuclear warhead small enough to fit on a missile. Japan seized it for about 2½ years during World War II.