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[I24 International News] August 29th: Jack Talks North Korea's Latest Provocation

I appear on I24 International News on August 29th. The North Koreans have conducted more than a dozen launches of missiles since February. In fact, Kim Jung-Un has conducted more "tests" than his father and grandfather ever did in their entire lives. The latest provation is a particuarly scary one, firing a missile over Japan. While this is scary in itself, it is equally scary out of fear of the response of one Donald Trump. The fear is that this could turn into a proverbial pissing contest. The problem is that millions could potentially die a as a result.  

Obviously, there is a lot to talk about. This will be an interesting conversation as we generally have enough time to do more than just throw out a couple of soundbites.   

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