North Korea’s nuclear weapons program is getting more advanced each month. So much so that the country made a breakthrough Friday with the launch of their fifth missile test. The rogue nation is indeed making advancement, as they also announced on Friday that they conducted a “higher level” nuclear test explosion, granting the possibility to build an array of stronger, smaller and lighter nuclear weapons.
As tensions grow on the Korean Peninsula and internationally, Donald Trump’s campaign chief refused to reveal any secret plans Trump may have to handle Kim Jong-un and his authoritarian government.
“He’s not going to reveal all of his plans, and he’s made that very clear. And maybe someone can ask him in a debate,” Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway told CBS “This Morning.” ”But the fact is that this entire world would be put on notice that there’s a strong leader in the White House.”
The New York billionaire attacked Hillary Clinton’s record as the nation’s inadequate chief diplomat. However, he is now facing criticism for his lack of revelation regarding his “plans.” This includes his rhetoric about combating the Islamic State group. Trump clarified this week that he does indeed have a plan, but would convene military leaders in his first 30 days in office to craft another plan.
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North Korea Tests Nuke #5