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Graham: Trump came 'really close' to moving U.S. dependents out of South Korea

7 days ago   |   By Politico

Sen. Lindsey Graham confirmed on Sunday “there was a point in time” when he and President Donald Trump had seriously discussed pulling U.S. military dependents out of South Korea - a move that would have been widely seen as a precursor to military action on the peninsula. The South Carolina Republican said that at the time, “it looked like nothing was going to happen, there was no dialogue going” with North Korea about its nuclear program, adding that “once you start moving dependents out of South Korea that is a signal to everybody that we're running out of time.” Graham cautioned on...
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