Trump’s threat to North Korea contrasts with calm reassurances of other administration officials

Washington Post Travel 10 months ago
BRIDGEWATER, N.J. — President Trump’s bellicose threat to North Korea that its nuclear provocations would be met with “fire and fury” was largely spontaneous and neither scripted by his top advisers nor formally vetted through the national security process, according to officials with knowledge...

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