On 29 November, North Korea said it had successfully tested a new type of intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) that could reach the whole of continental United States.
"I think that's an inner agency process but ultimately the President would certainly weigh in but again, that's certainly something that he would take into account and probably a number of the stakeholders that would be involved", she added. "We don't ever fear anything", Haley said.
".And certainly that is a flawless opportunity for all of them to go and do something they have worked so hard for".
Wildfires Are Burning Down Rupert Murdoch's Los Angeles Home
Donald Trump took to Twitter on Wednesday afternoon to offer "thoughts and prayers" to everyone affected by the wildfires. On its website the Getty Center said it would be closed "to protect the collections from smoke from fires in the region".
The announcement came shortly after she suggested in a press briefing that the America may not compete in Pyeongchang amid escalating tensions between the US and North Korea.
That capability was on display Wednesday when the USA flew a supersonic bomber over South Korea, part of a week-long slate of military exercises meant to send a strong warning to North Korea. If hostility with the the communist nation continues at its current trend, it might not be safe to send American athletes to the region.
"We are confident in the Pyeongchang Organising Committee's ability to deliver a great Games, and our hope is that the focus will be on our athletes". Despite those concerns, a spokesman for the U.S. Olympic Committee said Thursday morning there have been no discussions about skipping the Olympics.
That's sparked talk of war, a conflict that would inevitably impact North Korea's neighbor and the Olympic hosts, South Korea.
The comments came two days after Russian athletes were banned from attending the Games following a doping scandal.
The Post's Yoonjung Seo in Pyeongchang and Rick Maese in Copper Mountain contributed to this post.
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The idea is to shore up a comeback built on the success of all-day breakfast and more targeted discounts like McPick 2 for $5. McDonald's is reviving the name of the once-popular value menu next month, but this time the items will cost $1, $2 or $3.