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Kim Jong Un says North Korea completed its nuclear force in 2017

01 January 2018

Mullen, who chaired the Joint Chiefs from 2007 to 2011, said President Donald Trump has succeeded in getting China to take a more active role in trying to restrain North Korea's nuclear activities.

The Chairman of the Joint Chiefs said North Korea could attempt a provocation of any kind at any time next year, but pledged that the South Korean military will respond to the North's provocations through "overwhelming force" on sea, air and land.

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"I think President Trump has made China move more than they have in the past", he said. "If they don't, then I worry a great deal that it's much more likely there will be conflict".

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North Korean leader Kim Jong Un said on Monday (Jan 1) that the United States will never be able to start a war against North Korea now that his country has developed the capability to hit all of the U.S. mainland with its nuclear weapons, as he warned that the nuclear launch button was always on his desk. Also on the highest level of alert are the Army's Missile Command, which conducts counterstrike drills in response to North Korea's nuclear and missile tests and the Navy's Aegis Destroyer, which has detected all of North Korea's missile launches. Michael Mullen told ABC News "This Week" co-anchor Martha Raddatz in an interview Sunday.

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Kim Jong Un says North Korea completed its nuclear force in 2017