Average Americans Start World War III By Failing To Guess Where North Korea Is

Jimmy Kimmel's recent streeters feature revealed that Americans don't really know where the nation's biggest enemy is on the map. Following President Donald Trump's inflammatory 'fire and fury' speech yesterday, Kimmel's team went to Hollywood Boulevard to ask average Americans one simple question - do you know where North Korea is?

It's an important question since Trump's threat suggests that America might nuke the rogue nation off the map in the near future. But the streeters accidentally started World War III by dropping bombs on India, Australia and even Canada while trying to guess where the real threat is. So the average American's knowledge of geography is about as terrifying as the threats coming out of Pyongyang courtesy of Kim Jong-un.

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