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ALERT The Winds of War Blow in Korea and The Far East
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    Quote Originally Posted by northern watch View Post
    Japan defense review warns of enhanced North Korea threats

    August 7, 2017 / 9:19 PM / 28 minutes ago
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    Kiyoshi Takenaka

    TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan warned on Tuesday of the acute threat posed by North Korea's weapons programs as Pyongyang's continued series of missile and nuclear tests, in defiance of U.N. sanctions, brings technological progress to the reclusive state.

    Japan's annual Defence White Paper was released after North Korea fired two intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs) last month that were launched on lofted trajectories and landed off Japan's west coast.

    "Since last year, when it forcibly implemented two nuclear tests and more than 20 ballistic missile launches, the security threats have entered a new stage," the Japanese Defence Ministry said in the 563-page document.

    "It is conceivable that North Korea's nuclear weapons program has already considerably advanced and it is possible that North Korea has already achieved the miniaturization of nuclear weapons and has acquired nuclear warheads," it said.

    North Korea's latest ICBM test showed that Pyongyang may now be able to reach most of the continental United States, two U.S. officials have told Reuters.

    The growing threat has prompted Japanese municipalities to hold evacuation drills in case of a possible missile attack, and boosted demand for nuclear shelters.

    Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe attends a news conference after reshuffling his cabinet, at his official residence in Tokyo, Japan, August 3, 2017.Kim Kyung-hoon

    The white paper said missiles launched on a lofted trajectory were difficult to intercept.

    With North Korea pressing ahead with missile tests, a group of ruling party lawmakers led by Itsunori Onodera, who became defense minister on Thursday, urged Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in March to consider acquiring the capability to hit enemy bases.

    That, if realized, would be a drastic change in Japan's defense posture. Tokyo has so far avoided taking the controversial and costly step of acquiring bombers or cruise missiles with enough range to strike other countries.

    The white paper also expressed concerns over China's expansion in the region, pointing out that the number of Japan's jet scrambles against Chinese aircraft hit a record high in the year to March 2017. The first confirmed advancement of China's aircraft carrier to the Pacific also came in December 2016.

    "There is a possibility that their naval activities, as well as air force activities, will pick up pace in the Sea of Japan from now on," the white paper said.

    "We need to keep a close eye on the Chinese naval force's activity with strong interest," it said.

    Tokyo's ties with Beijing have long been plagued by a territorial dispute over a group of tiny, uninhabited East China Sea islets and the legacy of Japan's wartime aggression.

    Reporting by Kiyoshi Takenaka; Editing by Paul Tait

    http://www.reuters.com/article/us-no...KBN1AN054?il=0
    The anti-shipping missiles already in Japanese stocks can fill this role as a stop gap.

    Tomahawk LACMs are well within Japan's capabilities to start churning out. Their solid fueled SLVs can become IRBMs/ICBMs just about over night. All it will take is the political decision to do so.

    Now "payloads" get into a completely different conversation...

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    Ellen Nakashima‏Verified account @nakashimae · 7m7 minutes ago

    Ellen Nakashima Retweeted Washington Post

    Intelligence analysts have also assessed that North Korea possesses up to 60 nuclear warheads.


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    Washington Post‏Verified account @washingtonpost · 35m35 minutes ago

    Breaking: North Korea has produced a miniaturized nuclear warhead that can fit inside its missiles, analysts say


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    Quote Originally Posted by northern watch View Post
    Washington Post‏Verified account @washingtonpost · 35m35 minutes ago

    Breaking: North Korea has produced a miniaturized nuclear warhead that can fit inside its missiles, analysts say


    THAT ^^^ is an attention getter.

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    North Korea producing miniaturized nuclear warheads, U.S. says

    PUBLISHED Tue, August 08, 2017 - 12:24pm EDT

    North Korea has successfully produced a miniaturized nuclear warhead that can fit inside its missiles, a key development on its path to become a full-fledged nuclear power, U.S. intelligence officials have reportedly concluded.

    The analysis, which was completed by the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA), comes just a month after North Korea carried out a successful test of a long-range missile capable of reaching the U.S. mainland. A second test followed weeks later.

    "The IC [intelligence community] assesses North Korea has produced nuclear weapons for ballistic missile delivery, to include delivery by ICBM-class missiles," the Defense Intelligence Agency said in a confidential analysis, as reported on Tuesday by the Washington Post.

    Missile experts and the Japanese government had previously indicated that North Korea may have produced a miniaturized nuclear warhead, but key questions remain unanswered, such as whether it is light enough to reach the United States.

    We're working to gather more information.
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    So the secret milestone trigger is no longer a secret.

    This is moving pretty fast now.
    “The quieter you become, the more you can hear.”
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    North Korea now making missile-ready nuclear weapons, U.S. analysts say

    By Joby Warrick, Ellen Nakashima and Anna Fifield By Joby Warrick, Ellen Nakashima and Anna Fifield
    National Security Washington Post
    August 8 at 12:09 PM

    North Korea has successfully produced a miniaturized nuclear warhead that can fit inside its missiles, crossing a key threshold on the path to becoming a full-fledged nuclear power, U.S. intelligence officials have concluded in a confidential assessment.

    The new analysis completed last month by the Defense Intelligence Agency comes on the heels of another intelligence assessment that sharply raises the official estimate for the total number of bombs in the communist country’s atomic arsenal. The U.S. calculated last month that up to 60 nuclear weapons are now controlled by North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. Some independent experts believe the number of bombs is much smaller
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    The findings are likely to deepen concerns about an evolving North Korean military threat that appears to be advancing far more rapidly than many experts had predicted. U.S. officials last month concluded that Pyongyang is also outpacing expectations in its effort to build an intercontinental ballistic missile capable of striking cities on the American mainland.

    While more than a decade has passed since North Korea’s first nuclear detonation, many analysts believed it would be years before the country’s weapons scientists could design a compact warhead that could be delivered by missile to distant targets. But the new assessment, a summary document dated July 28, concludes that this critical milestone has already been reached.

    “The IC [intelligence community] assesses North Korea has produced nuclear weapons for ballistic missile delivery, to include delivery by ICBM-class missiles,” the assessment states, in an excerpt read to The Washington Post. The assessment’s broad conclusions were verified by two U.S. officials familiar with the document. It is not yet known whether the reclusive regime has successfully tested the smaller design, although North Korean officially last year claimed to have done so.

    The DIA and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence declined to comment.

    An assessment this week by the Japanese Ministry of Defense also concludes there is evidence to suggest that North Korea has achieved miniaturization.

    Kim Jong Un is becoming increasingly confident in the reliability of his nuclear arsenal, analysts have concluded, explaining perhaps the dictator’s willingness to engage in defiant behavior, including missile tests that have drawn criticism even from North Korea’s closest ally, China. On Saturday, both China and Russia joined other members of the U.N. Security Council in approving punishing new economic sanctions, including a ban on exports that supply up to a third of North Korea’s annual $3 billion earnings.

    The nuclear progress further raises the stakes for President Trump, who has vowed that North Korea will never be allowed to threaten the United States with nuclear weapons. In an interview broadcast Saturday on MSNBC’s Hugh Hewitt Show, national security adviser H.R. McMaster said the prospect of a North Korea armed with nuclear-tipped ICBMs would be “intolerable, from the president’s perspective.”

    “We have to provide all options . . . and that includes a military option,” he said. But McMaster said the administration would do everything short of war to “pressure Kim Jong Un and those around him, such that they conclude it is in their interest to denuclearize.” The options said to be under discussion ranged from new multilateral negotiations to reintroducing U.S. battlefield nuclear weapons to the Korean Peninsula, officials familiar with internal discussions said.

    Determining the precise makeup of North Korea’s nuclear arsenal has long been a difficult challenge for intelligence professionals because of the regime’s culture of extreme secrecy and insularity. The country’s weapons scientists have conducted five nuclear tests since 2006, the latest being a 20- to 30-kiloton detonation on Sept. 9, 2016, that produced a blast estimated to be up to twice that of the bomb dropped on Hiroshima, Japan, in 1945.

    But producing a compact nuclear warhead that can fit inside a missile is a technically demanding feat, one that many analysts believed was still beyond North Korea’s grasp. Last year, state-run media in Pyongyang displayed a spherical device that government spokesmen described as a miniaturized nuclear warhead, but whether it was a real bomb remained unclear. North Korean officials described the September detonation as a successful test of a small warhead designed to fit on a missile, though many experts were skeptical of the claim.

    Kim has repeatedly proclaimed his intention to field a fleet of nuclear-tipped ICBMs as a guarantor of his regime’s survival. His regime took a major step toward that goal last month with the first successful tests of a missile with intercontinental range. Video analysis of the latest test revealed that the missile caught fire and apparently disintegrated as it plunged back toward Earth’s surface, suggesting North Korea’s engineers are not yet capable of building a reentry vehicle that can carry the warhead safely through the upper atmosphere. But U.S. analysts and many independent experts believe that this hurdle will be overcome by late next year.

    “What initially looked like a slow-motion Cuban missile crisis is now looking more like the Manhattan Project, just barreling along,” said Robert Litwak, a nonproliferation expert at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars and author of “Preventing North Korea’s Nuclear Breakout,” published by the center this year. “There’s a sense of urgency behind the program that is new to the Kim Jong Un era.”

    While few discount North Korea’s progress, some prominent U.S. experts warned against the danger of overestimating the threat. Siegfried Hecker, director emeritus of the Los Alamos National Laboratory and the last known U.S. official to personally inspect North Korea’s nuclear facilities, has calculated the size of North Korea’s arsenal at no more than 20 to 25 bombs. Hecker warned of potential risks that can come from making Kim into a bigger menace than he actually is.

    “Overselling is particularly dangerous,” said Hecker, who visited North Korea seven times between 2004 and 2010 and met with key leaders of the country’s weapons programs. “Some like to depict Kim as being crazy — a madman — and that makes the public believe that the guy is undeterrable. He’s not crazy and he’s not suicidal. And he’s not even unpredictable.”

    “The real threat,” Hecker said, “is we’re going to stumble into a nuclear war on the Korean Peninsula.”

    In the past, U.S. intelligence agencies have occasionally overestimated the North Korean threat. In the early 2000s, the George W. Bush administration assessed that Pyongyang was close to developing an ICBM that could strike the U.S. mainland — a prediction that missed the mark by more than a decade. More recently, however, analysts and policymakers have been taken repeatedly by surprise as North Korea achieved key milestones months or years ahead of schedule, noted Jeffrey Lewis, director of the Center for Nonproliferation Studies’ East Asia Nonproliferation Program. There was similar skepticism about China’s capabilities in the early 1960s, said Lewis, who has studied that country’s pathway to a successful nuclear test in 1964.

    “There is no reason to think that the North Koreans aren’t making the same progress after so many successful nuclear explosions,” Lewis said. “The big question is why do we hold the North Koreans to a different standard than we held [Joseph] Stalin’s Soviet Union or Mao Zedong’s China? North Korea is testing underground, so we’re always going to lack a lot of details. But it seems to me a lot of people are insisting on impossible levels of proof because they simply don’t want to accept what should be pretty obvious.”

    Fifield reported from Krabi, Thailand. Yuki Oda in Tokyo contributed to this report.

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/world...=.b26aa4f26c43

  8. #128
    /pol/ News Forever‏ @polNewsForever · 15m15 minutes ago

    The Defense Intelligence Agency thinks N.Korea has 60 nuclear weapons, may have the ability to put them on missiles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by northern watch View Post
    /pol/ News Forever‏ @polNewsForever · 15m15 minutes ago

    The Defense Intelligence Agency thinks N.Korea has 60 nuclear weapons, may have the ability to put them on missiles.
    DAMN.
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    TheAnonJournal‏ @TheAnonJournal 1h1 hour ago
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    MORE BREAKING: North Korea has threatened "physical retaliation" against US for sanctions.
    “The quieter you become, the more you can hear.”
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    Quote Originally Posted by northern watch View Post
    Washington Post‏Verified account @washingtonpost · 35m35 minutes ago

    Breaking: North Korea has produced a miniaturized nuclear warhead that can fit inside its missiles, analysts say

    That means Iran has them too.

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    I have a bad feeling. At one time I thought lil Kim was all hot air. Now, I am beginning to think that he's got teeth.

    Frankly, I don't know what we can do at this point. I'm afraid that he can do very significant damage including massive artillery launched into SoKo. If he has miniaturized nukes, he will launch absolutely everything that he has if he gets attacked. Some of those will get through. I don't know that for a fact, but I have a bad feeling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TorahTips View Post
    I have a bad feeling. At one time I thought lil Kim was all hot air. Now, I am beginning to think that he's got teeth.

    Frankly, I don't know what we can do at this point. I'm afraid that he can do very significant damage including massive artillery launched into SoKo. If he has miniaturized nukes, he will launch absolutely everything that he has if he gets attacked. Some of those will get through. I don't know that for a fact, but I have a bad feeling.
    It ain't no big thing...

    but it's growing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vestige View Post
    It ain't no big thing...

    but it's growing.
    I'm not sure anymore. I think it might be worse than we thought.

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    Trey Yingst‏Verified account @TreyYingst 12m12 minutes ago

    North Korea is preparing for a major conflict. Today's news shouldn't be taken lightly.
    “The quieter you become, the more you can hear.”
    ― Ram Dass

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    Yonhap News Agency‏ @YonhapNews · 2h2 hours ago

    (LEAD) Trump calls for being tough, decisive on N. Korea

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    If he has miniaturized nukes, he will launch absolutely everything that he has if he gets attacked. Some of those will get through. I don't know that for a fact, but I have a bad feeling.
    We have very limited capability to shoot any down.

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    NBC News‏Verified account @NBCNews · 1h1 hour ago


    JUST IN: North Korea has successfully constructed a nuclear weapon small enough to fit in a missile, U.S. official tells NBC News

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    Fox News‏Verified account @FoxNews · 25m25 minutes ago

    'We're in a New Situation': Expert Says N. Korea Is Now a 'Nuclear Weapons State'


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    Quote Originally Posted by northern watch View Post
    Fox News‏Verified account @FoxNews · 25m25 minutes ago

    'We're in a New Situation': Expert Says N. Korea Is Now a 'Nuclear Weapons State'

    What were they before, chopped liver?....I do "get" the increased degree of worry but this also feels like a build up to war..
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    zerohedge‏ @zerohedge 4m
    TRUMP WARNS N. KOREA
    A U.S. RESPONSE WOULD BE `FIRE AND FURY
    THE LIKES OF WHICH THE WORLD HAS NEVER SEEN
    '
    shōu xìnyòngkă ma?

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    Trey Yingst‏Verified account @TreyYingst 1m1 minute ago




    Full statement from President Trump on North Korea:

    “The quieter you become, the more you can hear.”
    ― Ram Dass

  23. #143
    For some reason, the statement by Trump, right or wrong, evokes a deep sadness for things to come.

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    Jesus Christ. days . . . no more than a couple weeks.

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    Mary💋🇺🇸‏ @AmericanHotLips 38s39 seconds ago

    For those of you who blow off #DPRK very real threats WAKE UP‼️ Stop mocking & brace yourself. Our @potus WILL protect US. #BREAKING #MAGA
    So when's the Revolution? God or Money? Choose.

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    God, MsK. how i wish that were true. How can POTUS protect us . . . once this starts it'll be hell on earth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oreally View Post
    God, MsK. how i wish that were true. How can POTUS protect us . . . once this starts it'll be hell on earth.
    I dunno. It was the most positive thing on Twitter at the moment......

    So when's the Revolution? God or Money? Choose.

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    POTUS will do what he can. I plan on doing what I can, as well. After that - I'll remind God I'm supposed to be Irish (but not, as it turns out).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Possible Impact View Post
    zerohedge‏ @zerohedge 4m
    TRUMP WARNS N. KOREA
    A U.S. RESPONSE WOULD BE `FIRE AND FURY
    THE LIKES OF WHICH THE WORLD HAS NEVER SEEN
    '
    This say's it all when this goes off then hang on

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    The Intel Crab‏ @IntelCrab · 25m25 minutes ago

    Even the #DJI took a tumble or two after @POTUS's most recent comments on #NorthKorea.

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    The Intel Crab‏ @IntelCrab · 46m46 minutes ago

    The USD/JPY #FOREX trade reacts to @POTUS's recent comments on #NorthKorea.

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    I'm scared.
    Truth is treason in the empire of lies.

    Ron Paul

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    My feelings right now...


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    When you start to feel scared, then it's time to get MEAN; just plumb mean.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sacajawea View Post
    When you start to feel scared, then it's time to get MEAN; just plumb mean.
    Or think about going downstairs, eating a piece of home made cherry cake and then going to bed with the covers over one's head for a least a little while; not to mention with several warm and furry kitties and perhaps one German Hunting Dog....
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    Trump to North Korea: U.S. Ready to Respond With ‘Fire and Fury’
    Comments come in response to provocative statements from North Korea


    By Eli Stokols
    Updated Aug. 8, 2017 4:52 p.m. ET


    WASHINGTON—President Donald Trump on Tuesday demanded North Korea not “make any more threats” to the U.S., saying the U.S. would respond “with fire and fury like the world has never seen.”


    On vacation in Bedminster, N.J., Mr. Trump made the comments to reporters before a briefing on opioid addiction.

    “North Korea best not make any more threats to the U.S.,” the president said. “They will be met with fire and fury like the world has never seen. He has been very threatening beyond a normal state,” he continued, referring apparently to North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.

    Over the weekend the U.N. Security Council voted to impose the harshest economic sanctions yet on North Korea over their nuclear weapons programs. WSJ's Gerald F. Seib examines whether Pyongyang will walk through the door the diplomatic effort has opened for them.

    Mr. Trump’s remarks came in response to provocative statements from Pyongyang in recent days, including a threat to use nuclear weapons against the U.S. if militarily provoked, and a vow never to negotiate on its nuclear and missile weapons programs.

    North Korea’s remarks came after a unanimous U.N. Security Council vote on Saturday to impose stiff sanctions on the Pyongyang regime that would slash about $1 billion from North Korea’s annual foreign revenue.

    North Korea on Monday rejected assertions by some Security Council members that North Korea’s military programs constituted a global threat and said they were instead a legitimate option for self-defense “in the face of a clear and real nuclear threat posed by the U.S.”
    Related

    Tillerson Presses Asian Nations to Clamp Down on North Korea
    Trump’s ‘Fire and Fury’ Comments Break Dow’s Winning Streak
    New Sanctions Are in a Race With Pyongyang’s Missile Development (Aug. 6)
    North Korea Hit by $1 Billion Sanctions After Missile Tests (Aug. 5)

    If the U.S. attacks North Korea, the country “is ready to teach the U.S. a severe lesson with its nuclear strategic force,” the country said in a statement delivered by Foreign Minister Ri Yong Ho. Other countries weren’t being threatened unless they joined the U.S. in a military attack, it said.

    “The unwise conduct of the U.S. will only speed up its own extinction,” North Korea said in the statement, adding that the U.S. was getting “more frenzied and desperate” instead of learning to coexist with the country.

    Last month, North Korea fired two intercontinental ballistic missiles within target range of the continental U.S. and Europe. Diplomats said this raised the stakes and elevated North Korea’s military and nuclear threat from regional to global.

    On Wall Street, the president’s comments shook up an otherwise quiet summer session. The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed down about 33 points, or 0.2%, to 22085, snapping a 10-session streak of consecutive gains. The S&P 500 and Nasdaq Co mposite Index each fell about 0.2% as well.

    Haven assets rose. The yield on 10-year Treasury notes fell, while gold bounced back from its lowest level of the month.

    —Chris Dieterich and Erik Holm contributed to this article.
    https://www.wsj.com/articles/trump-w...ats-1502221218
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    Possible Impact, what do you think? I am due to go back into the hospital for surgery Monday. Won't be out until Thursday. Do I push myself tomorrow and get whatever small holes I have filled? You know I respect your opinion.
    Truth is treason in the empire of lies.

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    Strategic Sentinel‏ @StratSentinel · 1h1 hour ago

    Strategic Sentinel Retweeted Wall Street Journal

    Stock Markets across the world are not reacting well to .@POTUS #DPRK remarks

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    Jonathan Landay‏Verified account @JonathanLanday · 1h1 hour ago

    Two days ago Trump said: ""I don't draw red lines." Today he drew one. "North Korea best not make any more threats to the United States."


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    Jonathan Landay‏Verified account @JonathanLanday · 1h1 hour ago

    Jonathan Landay Retweeted Reuters U.S. News

    Having drawn a red line, Trump's failure to make good on his threat will undermine his/US credibility even further. What does he even mean?


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