President Ramps Up Rhetoric Against North Korea

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People watch a TV news program showing the Twitter post of U.S. President Donald Trump while reporting North Korea's nuclear issue, at Seoul Railway Station in Seoul, South Korea, Wednesday, Jan. 3, 2018. Trump boasted that he has a bigger and more powerful "nuclear button" than North Korean leader Kim Jong Un does — but the president doesn't actually have a physical button. The letters on the screen read: "More powerful nuclear button." (AP Photo/Ahn Young-joon)
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People watch a TV news program showing the Twitter post of U.S. President Donald Trump while reporting North Korea's nuclear issue, at Seoul Railway Station in Seoul, South Korea, Wednesday, Jan. 3, 2018. Trump boasted that he has a bigger and more powerful "nuclear button" than North Korean leader Kim Jong Un does — but the president doesn't actually have a physical button. The letters on the screen read: "More powerful nuclear button." (AP Photo/Ahn Young-joon)

People watch a TV news program showing the Twitter post of U.S. President Donald Trump while reporting North Korea’s nuclear issue, at Seoul Railway Station in Seoul, South Korea, Wednesday, Jan. 3, 2018. Trump boasted that he has a bigger and more powerful “nuclear button” than North Korean leader Kim Jong Un does — but the president doesn’t actually have a physical button. The letters on the screen read: “More powerful nuclear button.” (AP Photo/Ahn Young-joon)

They are playing the psychology game, when it comes to the president’s tweet about North Korea as the two leaders are ramping up the rhetoric.

April Ryan reports from the White House.

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