According to the report that Trump retweeted, spy agencies have detected North Korea "loading two anti-ship cruise missiles on a patrol boat on the country's east coast just days ago" - news attributed to anonymous U.S. officials and an assertion that even the president's own ambassador to the United Nations found too hot to handle.
Appearing on Fox and Friends on Tuesday morning, Haley called the report "incredibly dangerous" and said it was based on classified information. After Trump shared the Fox News report, about North Korean military activity discovered by US spy satellites, many pointed out the incoherence between his retweet and his criticism of leaks. "It's incredibly unsafe when things go out to the press like that".
President Trump on this day is a fan of anonymous sources..
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Guam's Homeland Security Adviser George Charfauros says officials there are confident "the U.S. Department of Defense is monitoring this situation very closely and is maintaining a condition of readiness".
Will Fischer, an Iraq War veteran and director of government relations for VoteVets, was also critical of the retweet and questioned what role - or lack thereof - new chief of staff John Kelly had in the process. "A lot of people believed in Trump because of his charisma and the simplicity of his promises and because, in many cases, they were facing real problems".
Ambassador, on the front page of foxnews.com right now there is a story that apparently the intel community has picked up anti-ship cruise missiles were being loaded onto a patrol boat or patrol boats in North Korea.
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The tweets did little to soothe concerns in the United States and beyond that Trump was helping push the standoff with North Korea into unchartered and even more risky territory. "We know exactly what's going on". During his presidential campaign, he praised leaks that hurt his opponent, Hillary Clinton, particularly WikiLeaks revealing hacked emails from the Democratic National Committee. Trump tweeted over the weekend.
Tensions between the U.S. and North Korea seem to escalate this week, as North Korea revealed that they have a nuclear warhead to put on a regular missile that they can say reach the shores of the United States.
North Korea's state-run media says the country is examining a plan to strike areas around Guam with medium-to-long-range strategic ballistic missiles. "More importantly than that, [China] stepped up and said, they're not only going to vote for this, they announced they're going to enforce it and urged other countries to enforce".
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From the New Jersey golf resort where he's vacationing, he tweeted that his first order as president was to "renovate and modernize" an arsenal that is "now far stronger and more powerful than ever before".
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