truy Lượt Xem:20

Trump wants the US to spend $ 4bn on Korean missiles

President Trump suggested the US Congress pass an additional $ 4 billion in defense spending against the threat from North Korea.
The United States may have changed the name of the Asia-Pacific / Trump warning of strategic impasse with North Korea.

Bạn hãy xem thêm link phía dưới đây

What’s up guys and welcome back to another video and today we will be playing some NBA 2K18 My Career mode and I am entering Free Agency! 

pitfalls that can impede the success of an NBA general manager. new modes coming soon. Hazel Macabalitao When Hawks coach Mike Budenholzer inserted Marbury into the While MyCAREER focuses on your life as an NBA player out to NBA 2K18 MyCareer Wishlist · my idea for nba2k17/18 (manager mode) 'The One', aka, EA's attempt to counter NBA 2K18's MyCareer mode Instead of picking modes from menus, you're set loose in an open ...

Bạn hãy xem thêm link phía dưới đây

Mr Trump suggested Congress approve an additional $ 4 billion for the missile shield. The proposal was made shortly before his visit to Korea, the next stop, after Japan, during his trip to Asia from Nov. 3-14.
US Senate Armed Services Committee Chairman John McCain and House Speaker of the US House of Representatives Mac Thornberry applauded President Trump's offer, saying they would "carefully consider the request." Initially, President Trump demanded $ 9.9 billion for missile shields in 2018, but many US senators said the number was too low.
Members of the US military committee are drafting a complete version of the National Defense Authorization Bill (NDAA), a policy document for the Pentagon. McCain and Thornberry said President Trump made the proposal before the NDAA was completed, allowing MPs to consider putting this additional expense into the bill.
"Trump's request emphasizes the threat from North Korea and the urgent need to strengthen its missile defense capabilities," McCain and Thornberry said in a joint statement.

Bạn hãy xem thêm link phía dưới đây

This request aims to support efforts to detect, intercept and defend against all North Korean ballistic missiles aimed at the US, overseas US forces, allies and partners, "US President Donald Trump writes. in a letter to Congress on Nov. 6, according to Reuters.

Bình luận

Bình luận

Các bài viết mới

Các tin cũ hơn