Democratic Senator Dianne Feinstein said on CBS 'Face the Nation' that North Korea's latest missile test presents a 'clear and present danger' to the U.S, as the North develops missiles that may go as far east as Chicago. She hoped that the new White House Chief of Staff John Kelly, who is replacing Reince Priebus, will begin 'serious negotiation' with North Korea to stop the program. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) Democratic Senator Dianne Feinstein said on CBS 'Face the Nation' that North Korea's latest missile test presents a 'clear and present danger' to the U.S, as the North develops missiles she said that may go as far east as Chicago. "I think the only solution is a diplomatic one. I am very disappointed in China's response that it has not been firmer or more helpful," Feinstein said. "...this is one of the reasons that I hope General Kelly will be effective even beyond a Chief of Staff is to begin some very serious negotiation with the North and stop this program." The United States flew two supersonic B-1B bombers over the Korean peninsula in a show of force on Sunday after Pyongyang's recent tests of intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBM), the U.S. and South Korean Air Forces said. North Korea said it conducted another successful test of an ICBM on Friday that proved its ability to strike America's mainland, drawing a sharp warning from U.S. President Donald Trump.