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Trump says he's open to military intervention in Venezuela

Trump says he's open to military intervention in Venezuela Trump says he's open to military intervention in Venezuela
Orlondo Matamoros | Agosto 12, 2017, 20:28

Newsweek reports that on Friday, a North Korean general responded on state media and "slammed Trump [for] spending his time 'on the golf links, ' which showed the president did not 'grasp the ongoing grave situation'".

Kimball said the arsenal is actually "larger than it needs to be".

The U.S. has seen a significant uptick in deaths from opioids, with the rate of death from heroin and prescription painkillers quadrupling since 1999, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

The White House says it's rejected a request by Maduro to speak to Trump, saying restoring democracy must come first.

"The Obama administration requested large increases for nuclear weapons programs at the Defense and Energy Departments to sustain and modernize the arsenal", the association wrote in a recent fact sheet.

Stephen Schwartz, an independent nuclear-weapons policy analyst and author of "Atomic Audit: The Costs and Consequences of US Nuclear Weapons Since 1940", tweeted that Trump's claim to have significantly modernized and improved the US' arsenal was "patently absurd". "There's never been anything like what's happened to this country over the last four or five years", the president said.