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Chasky53,

This is very troubling news. I have concerns, Trump isn't ready to sit at the Big Kid table.

I believe Richva, posted we may end up losing Vermont during the Summit. However, do to recent events, Statements on the plans for the Speakers trip, endless Tweets. I fear we will lose more than the Putin's family recipe for borscht.

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Trump is a horrible deal maker. all you have to do is listen to his author of Trumps book, " The Art of the Deal." He said the other day in an interview almost all of Trumps deals have been a disaster.
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So how are trump's "Art of the Deal" skills working?  How are his great "negotiating skills" working?

 

Kim Jong plays trump for a fool and continues his proliferation of nuclear arms.

 

Trump needs his border wall controversy to distract from his failure globally Kim Jong outplays trump, he got himself on the world stage and continues his defiance. I'm sure trump had some more glad handing to offer him and another world stage meaning without putting any requirements on him. Looks like Kim Jong is in control of "The Deal".


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Report finds another undisclosed North Korea missile site, says there are 19 more

 
The Kim regime has never admitted the existence of the Sino-ri Missile Operating Base. A new report says it's one of many undisclosed sites.
 
Image: North Korean leader Kim Jong Un poses for photos in Pyongyang
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.KCNA / Reuters
 
Jan. 21, 2019, 4:59 AM CST / Updated 6:15 AM CST
By Courtney Kube and Carol E. Lee

 

WASHINGTON — With a second U.S.-North Korea nuclear summit looming in February, researchers have discovered a secret ballistic missile base in North Korea — one of as many as 20 undisclosed missile sites in the country, according to the researchers’ new report.

The Kim regime has never disclosed the existence of the Sino-ri Missile Operating Base to the outside world. Ballistic missiles are the primary delivery mechanism for North Korean nuclear warheads.

 
 The report from Beyond Parallel, a project sponsored by the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), a defense think tank, was released Monday and comes after an announcement Friday that President Donald Trump "looks forward" to meeting with Chairman Kim Jong Un next month "at a place to be announced at a later date."

NBC News is reaching out for White House reaction.

 

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"The North Koreans are not going to negotiate over things they don’t disclose," said Victor Cha, one of the authors of the report. "It looks like they’re playing a game. They’re still going to have all this operational capability," even if they destroy their disclosed nuclear facilities.

Cha says the base is "clearly a mainstay of their strategic missile force," but there are no indications it is part of any discussions on denuclearization.

 

Situated about 130 miles north of the DMZ, Sino-ri Missile Operating Base houses the headquarters for the Korean People’s Army Strategic Rocket Forces missile brigade, a unit responsible for ballistic missiles. The base has been central to developing ballistic missiles that are capable of reaching South Korea, Japan, and even Guam, according to the report.

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Beyond Parallel researchers estimate North Korea has 20 undisclosed sites where it continues to develop its ballistic missile program. Sino-ri is one of the oldest of those sites but is still operational today. Satellite photos dated Dec. 27, 2018, show an entrance to an underground bunker, hardened shelters, and a headquarters area, according to Beyond Parallel. The underground bunkers have rock and dirt berms in front that appear to protect them from artillery fire and airstrikes. The base is just under 7 square miles in size.

 

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https://www.nbcnews.com/news/north-korea/report-finds-another-undisclosed-north-korea-missile-site-s...


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