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Fox News’ Bolling recommends ‘preemptive’ nuclear strike on North Korea before they hit LA

Raw Story Tuesday, 20 June 2017
Fox News host Eric Bolling suggested “it may be time for a preemptive strike” on North Korea, asking his fellow panelists on “The Specialists” if they’re “willing to risk Los Angeles” to a nuclear DPRK. Bolling suggested that any “threat” of military action on the Korean peninsula will prompt China ...
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News video: Nuclear North Korea: South Korea asks China to step in

Nuclear North Korea: South Korea asks China to step in 01:12

South Korea's president says China should do more to rein in North Korea's nuclear program, and that he would call on President Xi Jinping to lift measures against South Korean companies taken in retaliation against Seoul's decision to host a U.S. anti-missile defense system. Rough Cut (no reporter...

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