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After North Korean ICBM Caught on Camera, Trump’s Response Came Swift and Hard

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North Korea just made clear that it intends to attack America and our allies. Trump responded by making it clear America isn’t going to let that happen.

In a direct warning to President Trump, North Korea has launched a long-range Intercontinental Ballistic Missile (ICBM) into the waters off Japan.

The missile test was caught on camera by terrified folks in Japan, which will be one of the first targets for North Korea if and when it decides to go to war.


Trump’s response to this provocation came swift and hard.

From The Daily Express:

Two US Air Force bombers have flown over the Korean peninsula as fears of war with the hermit nation continue to mount.

The B-1B planes were flown near the North Korean border in response to Pyongyang’s missile test earlier this week and the previous July 3 launch, the US air force confirmed.

At around the same time:

The US and South Korea have launched short-range missiles into the Sea of Japan in response to a intercontinental ballistic missile launch by Pyongyang.

The two militaries carried out a “live-fire” exercise following the launch…

A US military statement said the exercise used missiles which were fired into “territorial waters of South Korea along the East Coast”.

US President Donald Trump said the missile launch “is only the latest reckless and dangerous action” by Kim Jong-un’s regime.

Meanwhile, Trump signaled his tremendous displeasure with China for failing to get involved and deter North Korea from its “reckless” path.

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