Trump's 'armada' heads to North Korea after sailing in the wrong direction
Four warships from the U.S. are now heading towards North Korea, after a brief stop in Australia. President Trump initially stirred up confusion after he said the 'armada' was on its way to Pyongyang last week, when the fleets were actually sailing in the other direction. The ships were in Australia where they were participating in military exercises with the country's navy. Defense Secretary James Mattis cleared up the confusion, noting the USS Carl Vinson is making its way to the Western Pacific, where it will be on stand-by in the Sea of Japan.