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Trump Missile Defense Review Calls North Korea 'Extraordinary Threat'

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Trump Missile Defense Review Calls North Korea 'Extraordinary Threat'

Trump Missile Defense Review Calls North Korea 'Extraordinary Threat'

According to Reuters, President Donald Trump unveiled a revamped U.S. missile defense strategy on Thursday that called North Korea an ongoing and “extraordinary threat." The plan called for developing space-based sensors to detect incoming enemy missiles and exploring space-based weapons to shoot down missiles among other steps to shield the United States.

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