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  • What's Up with That North Korea Video?

    Is North Korea threatening to bomb the United States? That’s the question on people’s minds after that country released a strange video depicting a fiery America while the song “We Are the World” played in the background.

    Last night on Fox Business, Heritage’s Bruce Klingner—the former CIA chief in Korea—discussed the video and what it means. He said North Korea’s recent satellite launch means the country is gaining the capability to launch far-reaching missiles.

    “If they have a successful nuclear test, perhaps within days, it shows that they’re continuing their quest for the ability to threaten the United States with a nuclear warhead. So clearly, we have to be concerned,” Klingner said.

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