Pentagon: No change in military posture after North Korea talks fall through

The Hill: Pentagon officials on Thursday said the military had not “in any way” changed its posture on the Korean peninsula after President Trump canceled his planned summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.

“There is a high state of vigilance, that state of vigilance that we’ve always had because they have proven to be unpredictable in the past,” Joint Staff Director Lt. Gen. Kenneth McKenzie told reporters at a Pentagon, referring to North Korea.

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