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By Robert Romano
The New York Times reported recently, “The United States is now taking serious steps to strengthen the nuclear deterrent in light of a possible North Korea attack while avoiding the same move that caused the U.S. to withdraw from the nuclear nonproliferation treaty five years ago.”
“The United States is now taking serious steps to strengthen the nuclear deterrent in light of a possible North Korea attack while avoiding the same move that caused the United States to withdraw from the nuclear nonproliferation treaty five years ago, a senior administration official said.”
A senior administration official, speaking on background, said, “We don’t want to get dragged into war in the first place.”
The official warned that all options are on the table, including “tweaking North Korea’s missile capabilities,” which the United States has been working on for nearly two decades.
The Pentagon has been working on a long-range missile that could fly as far as Guam, according to The Washington Times.
The missile is “unlikely to be able to hit Guam without the help of American forces,” and would “take out an aircraft carrier,” says the newspaper.
The New York Times explains:
“The missile is being prepared to carry a nuclear warhead and could be deployed within weeks. It would cost $1 billion, not including development of the technology, but the United States wants China, which has long controlled much of North Korea’s most sensitive missile programs, to help pay for the new missile,” according to the Times.
On Oct. 27, President Donald Trump, who has had some success defeating what is now considered to be a major threat, tweeted: “North Korea has just stated that it is in the final stages of developing a nuclear weapon capable of reaching parts of the U.S. This announcement makes it even more important that all nations meet their goal of limiting and eliminating nuclear weapons,