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With much of the nation’s focus on the news that North Korea claimed to have successfully tested a hydrogen bomb and now has the capability to launch an h-bomb via long-range missiles, White House counselor Kellyanne Conway addressed the issue this morning during an appearance on Fox News.
“The president is not going to broadcast to North Korea or anyone else ahead of time what the United States will do next,” she told the hosts.
Conway added, “He has called that out as a failing of American national security and foreign policy in the past administration at the very least. He said, ‘Why are we telling everybody what we’re about to do when we do it?'”
The veteran pollster also stated that all options are on the table for the president, including military intervention. Following Conway’s morning interview, Trump said “we’ll see” when asked if he plans to attack North Korea.
In a couple of tweets today, the president said he was going to consult with his generals while noting he may discontinue trading with countries that do business with North Korea.
Watch the clip above, via Fox News.
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