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McMaster: 'What's inflammatory is the North Korean regime,' not Trump's rhetoric
National security adviser H. R. McMaster said on Nov. 2 that "I don't think the president really modulates his language," in response to questions about President Trump's rhetoric about North Korea during his trip to Asia.
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