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Trump not worried about short-range missiles fired by N. Korea

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Trump not worried about short-range missiles fired by N. Korea

Trump not worried about short-range missiles fired by N. Korea

President Donald Trump said on Thursday that he was not worried about missiles being tested by North Korea, calling them very standard, short-range devices.

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Trump was asked about the missile launches as he departed the White House on a trip to Ohio.

U.S. officials said it appeared Pyongyang had launched new projectiles on Thursday similar to those fired earlier in the week.




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