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Charles Krauthammer said the United States has two choices regarding how to stop North Korea from possibly sending a nuclear weapon toward America.

Bret Baier pointed out a tweet by President Trump, which said that Chinese trade with North Korea increased 40 percent in the first quarter of 2017.

Krauthammer said that helps show that economic sanctions will not stop Pyongyang's strategic objectives.

He said the Russians proved with recent statements that they have no interest in helping the United States with the North Koreans.

Krauthammer said the South Koreans should allow the U.S. to re-station nuclear weapons on their land - an installment that was removed in 1991.

Or, as a "last resort," he said that President Trump should convince Japan to develop nuclear weapons - a move that would unnerve China more than American sanctions and tough talk.

Watch the clip above.


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