U.S., South Korea sign nuclear weapons agreement in response to North Korean threats

President Biden welcomed the president of South Korea to the White House Wednesday for a state visit. They signed a wide-ranging declaration that enhances U.S.-Korean planning for the use of nuclear weapons in response to a North Korean attack. Nick Schifrin discussed the practical impact of the declaration with Bruce Klingner of the Heritage Foundation.

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