Will The U.S. Get Preemptive With North Korea?

President Trump isn't messing around.

First, the strike in Syria in response to the use of chemical weapons.

Second, the MOAB, the "Mother Of All Bombs" was used yesterday in Afghanistan on a cave complex used by ISIS and now, with North Korea poised for yet ANOTHER nuclear test, the U.S. is making their presence in the region known.

According to NBC News, 'several' intelligence officials say the U.S. is getting ready for a preemptive strike against North Korea if they follow through with a nuclear test.

"The U.S. has positioned two destroyers capable of shooting Tomahawk cruise missiles in the region, one just 300 miles from the North Korean nuclear test site.  American heavy bombers are also positioned in Guam to attack North Korea should it be necessary, and earlier this week the USS Carl Vinson aircraft carrier strike group was being diverted to the area.  The U.S. strike could include missiles and bombs, cyber and special operations on the ground."

We called on our military expert, Bryan Suits, to talk about MOAB and North Korea.

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