USA vs N.KOREA Military Power Comparison 2017 (Nuclear Weapons)

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Donald Trump has been very stubborn with his North Korea rhetoric in the past few weeks. The situation between the US and North Korea is escalating with each passing day. Many fear a new war might be in the making.

And while the wide assumption is that North Korea and America will find a common language, just what might happen if these two countries start a war?

North Korea is among the most powerful nuclear forces in the world. America has its own nuclear weapons as well.

This documentary compares the military power between these two countries. The focus, of course, is put on the nuclear power, which is the most devastating thing that can happen. A nuclear war between these two power countries might be fatal for millions of people.

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