Guam: Trump assures support after North Korea threat

President Donald Trump phoned the governor of Guam to say the US military is ready to defend the Pacific island from any North Korea attack.

    President Donald Trump phoned the governor of Guam to say the US military is ready to defend the Pacific island from any North Korean attack.

    Guam issued emergency guidelines to its residents to help them prepare for a potential nuclear strike after Pyongyang threatened to attack last week.

    Al Jazeera'a Craig Leeson reports from Guam.


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