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South Korea, China, Japan react sharply to escalation of rhetoric

South Korea's president says he will now allow the U.S. to fully deploy the anti-ballistic missile system known as THAAD in his country. In Japan, President Trump's words were a reminder of what's at stake. And China is warning both Kim Jong Un's regime and the U.S. to tone down their rhetoric. Ben Tracy reports.
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