Trump Imposes More Sanctions on North Korea, Calls Kim “Madman”

President Trump signed a presidential executive order on September 21 “imposing additional sanctions with respect to North Korea.”

In the order, Trump cited the communist regime’s “provocative, destabilizing, and repressive actions and policies … including its intercontinental ballistic missile launches of July 3 and July 28, 2017, and its nuclear test of September 2, 2017 each of which violated its obligations under numerous UNSCRs [UN Security Council Resolutions].”

The order blocks the transfer of all property in the United States or in the possession of a U.S. person to entities in North Korea. It also prohibits residents of the United States from engaging in a number of listed industries in North Korea, from…


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