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As President of the United States, would you tolerate a nuclearized North Korea that is contained and deterred, but still nuclear? Or would it have to abandon nuclear weapons? And would military action on the part of the United States be one of the options necessary to achieve that goal?
00:00:22
>> Military action would certainly be an option. Is it inevitable? Nothing is inevitable, it will be great if something else could be worked out. We've had presidents for 25 years now they've been talking, talking, talking and the day after an agreement is reached, new work begins in North Korea, continuation on nuclear.
00:00:44
So I would prefer not going the route of the military, but it's something certainly that could happen. Our military has never been stronger, tens of billions of dollars more in investment. And each day new equipment is delivered, new and beautiful equipment. The best in the world, the best anywhere in the world, by far.
00:01:06
Hopefully we're not gonna have to use it on North Korea. If we do use it on North Korea, it will be a very sad day for North Korea.