President Trump is returning to Washington D.C. on Monday and is expected to have a busy week ahead. On Sunday, the President had little to say about the crisis after leader Kim Jong Un warned he plans to wipe out the U.S. During a New Year’s address on the North Korean State T.V., Kim Jong Un claimed North Korea has a nuclear deterrent against a possible U.S. military invasion.
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As President Trump calls out China once again for potentially violating U.N. sanctions by providing oil to North Korea, satellite imaging suggests that the rogue regime is preparing for another ballistic missile test. Though China has been more compliant with sanctions on North Korea under the new administration, historically the country has been hesitant to act against it’s troublesome neighbor.
North Korea is reportedly preparing to launch a satellite into space amid growing fears the rogue regime may begin using the launches as a way to disguise its missile tests. Meanwhile, the Russian government is offering to mediate talks between the United States and North Kore if both sides are willing to engage in diplomacy.
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