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North Korea-US Relations / Threats / Trump Speaks / A Discussion (Part I) #1114769

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Aug 10, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) What President Trump said today about North Korea introduced. [In response to question, TRUMP - repeats maybe his {earlier} statement was not tough enough & we are backed by everybody; answers we are looking at Asia & North Korea & preparing for alternatives & he {Kim Jong Un} is not getting away with it; let's see what he does with Guam: this is not a dare, but a statement.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's retired Adm John Kirby, retired Gen. Mark Hertling, Gloria Borger & former CIA/FBI official Philip Mudd about Trump & North Korea. [HERTLING, KIRBY, BORGER, MUDD - offer views on Trump talking about going to the final option: the war of words is not good, with Trump needing to be quiet, thus making things tenser, how this is brinkmanship but Defense Secretary James Mattis wants diplomacy, the mixed signals from the administration that is boxing Kim in, how it is about "choices" for the president with North Korea, how Kim sees the US as a threat, how the US would deal with missiles fired at Guam.]

Cooper, Anderson

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