President Donald Trump has reacted to four North Korean missile tests in less than two weeks with little more than a shrug. Instead, he appears to be turning his frustrations about the peninsula on South Korea.
North Korea fired two short-range ballistic missiles early Tuesday into the sea as a warning to the U.S. and South Korea.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un offered “a small apology” for the ongoing missile tests — and said they were in retaliation for the joint military exercises that American and South Korean forces have mounted, President Trump tweeted Saturday. “In a letter to me sent by Kim Jong Un, he stated, very nicely, that he
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Projectiles launched by North Korea off its east coast this week have been seen by some in the US as "provocations."
The White House is discussing whether to replace Jon Huntsman, the outgoing US ambassador to Moscow, with Steve Biegun, the special representative for North Korea, two administration officials tell CNN.