On Fox and Friends on Tuesday, hosts Pete Hegseth and Steve Doocy tackled the news that U.S. intelligence has evidence that North Korea is building new intercontinental ballistic missiles capable of reaching the United States.
Hegseth reported that “North Korea could be working to build new missiles despite its pledge to denuclearize.”
“The Washington Post reports U.S. Spy agencies are seeing signs that the rogue regime is working on up to two missiles capable of hitting the United States,” he read. “This satellite photo reportedly shows production at a missile facility.”
“Hmm,” said Hegseth after reading the report. “Not great.”
The pledge Hegseth slightly mentions was the one between Kim Jong Un and President Donald Trump at their summit. After that summit the President said that there was “no more nuclear threat” from North Korea. The Washington Post story has much more.
Co-host Steve Doocy zeroed in on the “real” threat, however, at the end of the clip.
“I wonder who at the spy agencies is talking to the The Washington Post,” he pondered weightily.
Watch the clip above, courtesy of Fox News.
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