Trump delighted over "tough and decisive" action on North Korea

Trump delighted over

Trump delighted over "tough and decisive" action on North Korea

On Tuesday morning, Trump retweeted a Fox News report about USA spy satellites detecting North Korean missile movements that was based on anonymous sources discussing leaked classified information.

Trump and his White House have increased attacks on leakers, with Attorney General Jeff Sessions even issuing an ominous warning to reporters that freedom of the press "is not unlimited".

"I can't talk about anything that's classified".

DOOCY: You have no reason to believe that's not accurate, though. "It's incredibly risky when things go out to the press like that".

In July, he again said people should be wary about the phrase "sources say" in news articles, then shared a story that cited anonymous sources. And this has got to stop.

Asked about the report Tuesday morning on Fox, U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley said she couldn't comment on classified information, but "if that's in the newspaper, that's a shame".

World's countries are coming together after "many years of failure" to address threats posed by North Korea, US President Donald Trump said Tuesday, calling on states to be tough and decisive.

In one fell swoop, Trump confirmed the story's authenticity, undermined Haley's cautious position, and essentially "put Americans in danger", exactly as she warns.

The Pentagon statement came following Seoul's request to increase the cap on payloads to 1,000kg, voiced by South Korean President Moon Jae-in during a telephone conversation with Trump on Monday, South Korean Yonhap news agency reports.

However, nearly every major news outlet in the USA reported about the UNSC's unanimously passed resolution imposing new sanctions on North Korea.

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