Donald Trump vows he won't allow China to 'do nothing' on North Korea
Sunday, 30 July 2017
Donald Trump tweets a warning to China, saying he will no longer allow the nation to 'do nothing' on the North Korean threat.
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President Trump met with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to discuss North Korea. The two men decided it's time to take action to reduce tensions with Pyongyang. "International society, including Russia and China, need to take this seriously and increase pressure," Abe Abe noted Japan and the U.S.... Trump and Japan PM talk 'grave' North Korea threat 00:35
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