Video shows simulation of North Korea dropping nuclear bomb on US city


In a chilling simulation released in North Korea, a nuclear bomb strikes the United States, creating a massive mushroom cloud.

The propaganda video making the rounds was released as tensions between the East Asian country and the U.S. continue to mount.

As the crowd frantically applauds the show, in the video you can see what looks to be an intercontinental ballistic missile with a nuclear head rocketing towards the U.S.

Click through images of North Korea unveiling new weapons at military parade:

That's the same rocket first showcased one week earlier during the country's Day of the Sun parade, which celebrated the 105th birthday of the country's founder. It's unclear whether or not they were actually operational.

The U.S.'s hacking program to thwart the country's missile testing is suspected for being the cause of Pyongyang's latest launch failure, but experts argue the country may soon be able to make this bizarre video a reality within President Trump's presidency.

Meanwhile, as part of his 10 day tour of Asia, Vice President Pence issued a stern warning to Kim Jong-Un saying, "we will defeat any attack and meet any use of conventional or nuclear weapons with an overwhelming and effective American response."