President Trump and French President Emmanuel Macron spoke on the phone Saturday about the North Korean situation that has seen tensions rise between Trump and the Hermit Kingdom.

In a statement, the White House said Macron and Trump spoke about "the need to confront the increasingly dangerous situation associated with North Korea's destabilizing and escalatory behavior."

"President Trump and President Macron pledged to work together with allies and partners to enforce United Nations sanctions and achieve denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula," the statement read. "President Trump reiterated to President Macron the United States' commitment to stop the North Korean nuclear menace."

Trump has been engaged in an ongoing war of words with the North Korea regime that started in earnest after a missile test by the North Koreans. Trump warned the North Koreans against further escalation, and they responded by threatening to fire missiles at Guam, a U.S. territory in the Pacific Ocean.

Trump told the governor of Guam the country would support them "1,000 percent" in a phone call Friday.

In the call, Trump told Macron the U.S. is willing to do use all of its toolbox to stop North Korea.

"President Trump stated that the United States is ready, along with its allies, to apply the full range of diplomatic, economic, and military measures to achieve that goal," the statement read, referring to stopping the "North Korean nuclear menace."