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North Korea's new massive missiles 'not much more of a threat,' Gen. Jack Keane says
North Korea’s new missiles are ‘not much more of a threat’: Gen Jack Keane
North Korea displayed what appeared to be the largest display of intercontinental ballistic missiles during a demonstration at a military parade. Fox News senior strategic analyst Gen. Jack Keane with more.
North Korea's new massive missiles are "not much more of a threat," Gen. Jack Keane said on Tuesday in reaction Kim Jong Un showing off what appeared to be one of the largest displays of intercontinental ballistic missiles [ICBM] ever made.
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“These authoritarian regimes use these military displays more as a political statement actually, to gain psychological leverage,” he told FOX Business' Maria Bartiromo on "Mornings with Maria."
Keane added that while it’s uncertain whether the missiles are real or a “mockup, because they have used mockups in the past,” if “it is real,” he said, “it is a much larger ICBM than they have ever displayed before.”
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