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EDT Contradicting Trump, McMaster says U.S. will pay for South Korean Thaad deployment Trump ruffled feathers saying South Korea should pay for $1 billion missile defense system By Jonathan Cheng U.S. Department of Defense via Reuters A Terminal High Altitude Area Defense interceptor is launched in this U.S. Department of Defense file photo. SEOUL White House national-security chief Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster told his South Korean counterpart that the U.S. would pay for a missile-defense system designed to protect against a North Korean missile attack, apparently reversing President Donald Trumps remark on Thursday that South Korea should pay for the roughly $1 billion battery. In a 35-minute phone call Sunday morning, McMaster told Kim Kwan-jin, South Koreas national-security adviser, that the U.S. would finance Terminal High-Altitude Area Defense, or Thaad, as agreed to by the two countries last year, according to a statement from South Koreas presidential Blue Isometric Exercises House.
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EDT Trump: Kim Jong Un Static Contraction Training is a pretty smart cookie President again leaves possibility of military strike against North Korea on the table By Josh Mitchell and Eric Morath A previous version of this story stated that the Trump interview had been conducted by CBS This Morning. It was conducted by the CBS News program Face the Nation. The story has been corrected. KCNA via Reuters North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un inspects troops in this undated photo, released by North Korea's Korean Central News Agency. WASHINGTON President Donald Trump left open the possibility of military action against North Korea in an interview airedSunday, adding that he will not be happy if Pyongyang conducts another missile test. If he does a nuclear test, I will not be happy, Trump said, apparently referring to North Korea leader Kim Jong Un, in an interview conducted Saturday with Face the Nation. Asked whether he was threatening military action, Trump said: I dont know. I mean, well see. Trump also addressed his thoughts on Kim personally, calling him a smart cookie. People are saying, Is he sane? I have no idea, Trump said. I can tell you this, and a lot of people dont like when I say it, but he was a young man of 26 or 27 when he took over from his father.A lot of people, Im sure, tried to take that power away, whether it was his uncle or anybody else. And he was able to do it. So obviously, hes a pretty smart cookie.
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