Kellyanne Conway Cooks Up Mystifying Theory To Explain North Korea’s Missile Build-Up
On Tuesday, White House counselor Kellyanne Conway came up with a new theory to respond to recent reports that North Korea is expanding its nuclear arsenal.
The alternative facts guru downplayed the stunning development by claiming that “Things don’t change overnight.”
Conway’s remarks come after the Washington Post revealed this week that North Korea is constructing new missiles at a facility where the country produced it’s first intercontinental ballistic missile that could reach the U.S.
The Post reported that intelligence officials have obtained new evidence that shows North Korea is building one or two liquid-fueled intercontinental ballistic missiles.
“We’ll see what happens. Things don’t change overnight,” Conway said.
President Trump last month met with North Korea leader Kim Jong Un in Singapore, where Kim promised to work toward ridding the Korean Peninsula of nuclear weapons.
WaPo’s report is the latest report that shows Pyongyang is not willing to give up their nuclear arsenal just yet.
Another report by The Wall Street Journal revealed that North Korea is expanding a facility to build solid-fuel ballistic missiles. The Journal cited satellite imagery that showed the bulk of new construction on the facility in Hamhung, North Korea, took place between April and June.
Conway said that the latest report of new missiles being created “suggests that this is a process.”
She also criticized former President Barack Obama for never meeting with Kim.
“So at least Trump is trying to approach it in a very different way,” Conway said.
Of course, if Obama had held this summit, we know how the GOP would’ve reacted.
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