Abe told reporters after making the call that President Trump vowed to "take all necessary measures to protect" Japan and that Abe praised Trump's commitment.
The Japan Prime Minister also called on China and Russia to step in and do more to stop the chubby lunatic leading the hermit nation.
"We have made consistent efforts to resolve the North Korean problem in a peaceful manner, but North Korea has ignored that entirely and escalated the situation in a one-sided way," Abe said. "The international community, starting with China and Russia, must take this obvious fact seriously and increase pressure."
He added that Japan would take concrete steps to strengthen their defense system and capabilities under the firm solidarity with the United States and do everything possible to protect the people of Japan.
The White House said in a statement that the two leaders "agreed that North Korea poses a grave and growing direct threat to the United States, Japan, the Republic of Korea, and other countries near and far."
The phone call between President Trump and Prime Minister Abe came just hours after the U.S., South Korea and Japanese militaries spent ten hours flying bomber-jet drills over the Korean peninsula, which was a response to North Korea's incessant ballistic missile launches and nuclear program.
The U.S. has a regular commitment to defending our allies in the Asia-Pacific region.
UN Ambassador Nikki Haley, who thankfully is no Samantha Power, said in a statement:
"The time for talk is over. The danger the North Korean regime poses to international peace is now clear to all."It looks like the puss pimple that is North Korea is coming to a head and it's about time to pop the head.