Trump goes on to compliment Guam, as well as Calvo.
"It looks attractive. You know I'm watching".
Calvo concurred, giving Trump a tourism pitch and describing it as "paradise".
"Kim Jong Un is as insane as typhoons but I am more scared of typhoons because they are real threats", said Rolando Zepeda, 57, a teacher at Saint Anthony's School.
Nothing says "vacation" like the threat of nuclear annihilation, at least according to President Trump.
Despite Mr Trump's reassurances, Guam's security agency has issued a fact sheet with advice on what residents should do in the event of a nuclear attack. "However, right now, Secretary [of State Rex] Tillerson, Ambassador [to the U.N. Nikki] Haley, you can see the American effort is diplomatically led, it has diplomatic traction, it is gaining diplomatic results".
"The people of Guam know that they're protected, they know that they're safe".
Wall St ends off lows as traders buy N. Korea dip
European markets fared much the same fate with the DAX closing 1.12% lower at 12,154.00, and the CAC 40 down 1.40% at 5,145.70. As impressive as that is, the Dow is only up about 400 points, or 1.8%, during its recent string of records.
West Nile virus found in Bayfield County
The spraying will begin at dusk, weather permitting, and be administered from one of the county's West Nile program trucks. Hennink says the advice being given is the advice given at any time when mosquitoes are prevalent.