California Rep. Duncan Hunter said the U.S should consider a preemptive strike on North Korea.
In an interview on the radio station KSUI, the Republican who represents San Diego, said it could be assumed that Kim Jong Un’s regime had a missile aimed at San Diego, Guam or Hawaii, the San Diego Union-Tribune reported.
“The question is, do you wait for one of those? Or, two? Do you preemptively strike them,” he said. “I would preemptively strike them. You could call it declaring war, call it whatever you want.”
But Hunter did not say whether the U.S. should strike North Korea with nuclear weapons.
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