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An expert on why it's easier for Trump to launch nuclear weapons than it should be. Senators held a congressional hearing on Tuesday to discuss... [Read More]
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Here, in a nutshell, are the laws and procedures that limit President Trump's power to launch a nuclear strike against North Korea anytime he likes:... [Read More]
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The Constitution assigns Congress the sole authority to declare war, a decision Founding Fathers like George Mason made because they believed the executive branch was... [Read More]
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A Senate hearing will be held Tuesday on the president's ability to authorize a nuclear strike as tensions continue to rise between the US and... [Read More]
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During his swing through Asia this week, President Trump avoided the sort of inflammatory and insulting language about North Korea that has alarmed diplomats and... [Read More]
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It was a smoother version of a Tweet he issued when he threatened "fire and fury" on North Korea."The weapons you are acquiring are not... [Read More]
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As tensions between the U.S. and North Korea continue to escalate, President Donald Trump's tough rhetoric and warnings have only increased. [Read More]
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President Donald Trump didn't threaten to unleash "fire and fury" or to "totally destroy" North Korea. He didn't needle North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un... [Read More]
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President Donald Trump finally offered North Korea an alternative to "fire and fury" — and it left Kim Jong Un with little room to maneuver. [Read More]
In a speech before the South Korean National Assembly, US President Donald Trump has called on North Korea to give up its nuclear ambitions, saying... [Read More]
Donald Trump has warns North Korea "do not try us" and said underestimating the US would be a "fatal miscalculation" in remarks to South Korea's... [Read More]
President Trump didn't threaten to unleash "fire and fury" or to "totally destroy" North Korea. He didn't needle North Korean leader Ki... [Read More]
Softening his aggressive rhetoric, at least for the moment, President Donald Trump stood on South Korean soil Tuesday and urged North Korea to come to... [Read More]
"Fire and fury" is out. Now it's more like "Let's Make A Deal." [Read More]
President Donald Trump said Tuesday that he believes US-led international efforts to crank up the pressure on North Korea and his at-times menacing rhetoric are beginning... [Read More]
And at an evening banquet, Trump teased an "exciting day tomorrow for many reasons that people will find out." He did not elaborate. ... [Read More]
President Donald Trump toned down his rhetoric on North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and hinted that he's warming up to the idea of diplomacy with... [Read More]
President Trump is in South Korea—and he hasn't repeated his rhetoric about bringing "fire and fury" down on its northern neighbor. In a joint press... [Read More]
Trump's stance on North Korea seemed to shift during his South Korea trip, and now it looks like he isn't thinking about striking the rogue... [Read More]
It comes after Trump has warned of unleashing 'fire and fury' threatened to 'totally destroy' the North if necessary... [Read More]
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