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North Korea-US Relations / Nuclear Threat / A Discussion #1109570

CNN Evening News for Monday, Apr 17, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The grim threat against the US from North Korea & its leader Kim Jong Un introduced. [On Fox, President TRUMP - says he hopes there will be peace, but....]

(White House: Jim Acosta) How Trump is handling North Korea examined; scenes shown from the White House. [TRUMP - says "gotta behave."] [White House press secretary Sean SPICER - talks about the relationship with China.] [Representative Ed MARKEY†- hopes Trump can avoid a military showdown.] [At briefing, SPICER - says red lines do not work.] The question of what the next White House move will be discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Gen. Mark Hertling, "Daily Beast"'s Kimberly Dozier & "Meltdown" author Mike Chinoy about North Korea, [HERTLING, DOZIER, CHINOY - offer views on the military options for the US in dealing with North Korea, the administration's view that we need to convince North Korea or China we would use military force, the terrain conditions in North Korea, the changing attitude of Trump towards foreign policy & the impact of his "tweet storms" on policy.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Acosta, Jim
Duration:
00:11:40

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