(TheDailyHorn.com) – When President Joe Biden took office on January 20, North Korea quickly resumed its policy of testing new US administrations. In recent months, it began testing and firing nuclear-capable missiles.
In Biden’s first speech before Congress, he called out the rogue regime as a “serious threat” to the security of the United States and the rest of the world. Taking a very different approach than former President Donald Trump, Biden said he would work to solve the problem through diplomacy and strict deterrence.
North Korea vows to respond to Biden’s ‘hostile policy,’ report says https://t.co/M6GKP6BHM4
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The North Koreans didn’t receive Biden’s message well. The communist nation said that Biden made a serious misstep in calling it a security threat. North Korean Foreign Ministry official Kwon Jong Gun said the recent statements from the United States amount to a return to 50 years of failed hostilities toward North Korea, and the US will face a “grave situation.”
White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki said the Biden administration is talking with officials from previous administrations as it decides how to proceed. She added that the administration is aiming for the total denuclearization of North Korea.
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