Wash. Post’s Nakamura: Trump’s Sending Message ‘It’s Not Business as Usual’ in Korean Peninsula

‘The president put a lot of emphasis on his military and letting them take the lead and sending a strike force to the Korean peninsula’

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NAKAMURA: "With North Korea, I think you are see some of the same things, the president put a lot of emphasis on his military and letting them take the lead and sending a strike force to the Korean peninsula is certainly sending a message that it is not business as usual with North Korea, at the same time, there has been no plan behind the scenes the administration talks about maximum pressure and engagement but the engagement we don’t have any idea what that means."

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