The Trump administration is considering relisting North Korea as a state sponsor of terrorism, national security adviser H.R. McMaster said Thursday.
“That is an option that’s under consideration. The president’s Cabinet is looking at this as part of the overall strategy on North Korea,” McMaster said, adding that “you’ll hear more about that soon, I think.”
The U.S. removed North Korea from the list in 2008 under the George W. Bush administration as part of an effort to salvage an agreement with Pyongyang to curb its nuclear weapons development. Read more at The Hill.