HOLY HELL! ‘Mad Dog’ Mattis Just Made HUGE Threat To This Country- He’s NOT Messing Around

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North Korea’s “reckless” actions in regards to its nuclear weapons and missile programs “has got to be stopped,” Defense Secretary Jim ‘Mad Dog’ Mattis said Friday at a news conference in London.

When asked by a reporter about Iran, Mattis suggested that North Korea is actually a more urgent problem.

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“This is a threat of both rhetoric and growing capability, and we will be working with the international community to address this,” he said. “We are working diplomatically, including with those that we might be able to enlist in this effort to get North Korea under control. But right now it appears to be going in a very reckless manner.”

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“That’s got to be stopped,” he declared.

As we’ve reported numerous times, North Korea has been issuing threats to attack the U.S. with nuclear missiles.

And North Korea is reportedly preparing for a new nuclear test.

Fox News reports that when Mattis was asked about a U.S. general’s comment on Russia reportedly giving weapons to the Taliban, he said they have seen activities between the two, but would not confirm if weapons exchange was involved.

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“What they are up to there, in light of their other activities, gives us concern,” he added. “We look to (engage) with Russia on a political or diplomatic level, but right now Russia is choosing to be a strategic competitor, and we are finding that we can only have very modest expectations in areas that we can cooperate with Russia contrary to how we were just 10 years ago, five years ago.”

During the press conference, Mattis largely sidestepped the issue of Assad’s future in Syria and said no decision has been made on deploying more U.S. troops to Afghanistan.

“I have not made (a) recommendation to (the) president,” he said.

Watch the report from FOX:

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