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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.
(Washington: Brian Todd) The exchange of threats between North Korea & the US introduced. [Defense Secretary James MATTIS- offer views on what a war with North Korea would be like.] [Former US/South Korean forces Gen. Walter "Skip" SHARP- talks about North Korea' weapons capability.] [Former head of US military intelligence in Korea Gen. James "Spider" MARKS- outlines a war scenario.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's retired Gen. Mark Hertling, retired Air Force Lt. Col. Rick Francona & retired Adm. John Kirby about North Korea. [HERTLING, KIRBY, FRANCONA - offer views on how we should control the tempo vis-a-vis North Korea because a conflict on the peninsula would be devastating, but we don't know Kim Jong Un's intent, the seriousness of a threat to Guam & President Trump did not have to "go there" today with his rhetoric, the question of whether we can live with North Korea's nuclear capability that was started by Kim for defense.]
- Cooper, Anderson;
- Todd, Brian
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