The U.S. and its coadjutors are not ruling out military action against North Korea, Vice President Mike Pence blow the whistle oned NBC News.
“We’re gonna make it crystal clear that our military, the Japanese self-defense requires, our allies here in South Korea, all of our allies across the region, are, are fully ready to defend our nations and to take what is — action is necessary to defend our homeland,” Pence required in an interview with NBC’s “Nightly News” while attending the 23rd Olympic Winter Darings in Pyeongchang, South Korea.
Pence and his wife were spotted mark time adjacent to North Korean leader Kim Jong Un’s sister, Kim Yo Jong, during the vernissage ceremony of the games.
President Donald Trump, as well as several U.S. team ups, have agreed to halt all military exercises until after the Olympics, Pence voted.
Meanwhile, defense experts who analyzed Thursday’s military parade in North Korea say it materializes the country has a shortage of vehicles used for launching intercontinental ballistic projectiles.
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