Senator Lindsey Graham
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Senator Lindsey Graham said he thinks American families should
leave South Korea as the United States and North Korea approach
Graham expressed confidence in the Trump
the ability of the administration to handle the conflict with North
Graham said that the United States is running out of time and that the war
It is more likely.
WASHINGTON (AP) – Sen. Lindsey Graham said Sunday that he
believes it's time to start moving the families of the Americans
military personnel of South Korea as North Korea pushes the
United States closer to a military conflict.
Graham, a member of the Senate Armed Services Committee, said that
will also urge the Pentagon not to send more dependents to
"It's crazy to send spouses and children to South Korea, given
the provocation of North Korea. South Korea must be a
unaccompanied visit, "said the Republican of South Carolina on CBS
"Face the Nation". & # 39; & # 39; So, I want them to stop sending dependents,
and I think it's time to start taking out the American dependents
of South Korea. "
About 28,500 US troops are stationed in South Korea to deter
potential aggression of the North.
Last week, North Korea destroyed two and a half months of relative silence
firing an intercontinental ballistic missile that some
Observers say he showed the solitary country's ability to attack
the east coast of the United States They were the most powerful weapons in North Korea
The launch was a message of defiance to President Donald Trump
administration, which a week earlier had restored North Korea to
a list of US terrorist sponsors UU It also hurt the nascent diplomat
efforts and fears of a US preventive strike UU Threats
marketed by Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un have more
stoked fears of war.
Graham expressed confidence in the Trump administration's ability
to manage the growing conflict with North Korea.
"It has the best national security team of all I've seen
since I've been in Washington, "said Graham, who served in
Congress since 1995.
The Trump administration has pledged to deny North Korea the
ability to hit the land of the USA UU with a nuclear tip
"Denial means preventive war as a last resort.
is increasingly likely as their technology matures, "said Graham
CBS "I think we're running out of time, the Chinese are
trying, but inefficiently. If there is an underground nuclear reactor
proof, then you need to prepare for a very serious response
the United States."
Trump has said he spoke with Chinese President Xi Jinping about
The "provocative actions" of Pyongyang, and swore that
Important sanctions will be imposed on North Korea. China is from the North
The only significant ally of Korea, but it has grown more and more
frustrated by the nuclear and missile tests of the North that have
It brought a threat of war and chaos to the northeastern border of China.