President Bill Clinton Was Responsible for Giving Nuke Technology to North Korea

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North Korea now has a long-range intercontinental ballistic missile system that can reach the United States.  In the late 1990s, President Bill Clinton approved the transfer of technology for long-range ICBMs, including launch technology, guidance, re-entry devices, and warhead miniaturization, to China, which then gave it to North Korea.  Clinton also authorized the building of nuclear reactors in North Korea that can create fissionable material for atomic bombs. –GEG

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