January 10, 2017

North Korea: ICBM can launch anytime and anywhere

By Patrick Cronin

North Korea says it could launch an intercontinental ballistic missile "at any time," even as Pyongyang appeared to offer President-elect Donald Trump an avenue for future talks.  Patrick Cronin talks to CNN about that possibility- and what the steps the next administration could take.

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