Some Democratic senators in the United States are planning to introduce a bill preventing Republican President Donald Trump from launching a preemptive strike on North Korea or other countries without the approval of Congress, according to a report.
Billionaire investor and Democratic backer Tom Steyer has launched a national campaign to impeach US Republican President Donald Trump, saying he has brought the United States “to the brink of nuclear war.”
Japan's Liberal Democratic Party said Wednesday the government should consider developing the capability to strike enemy bases if the country is attacked, citing North Korea's missile and nuclear threats.
The campaign of Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton will be participating in a recount of votes set to take place in the battleground state of Wisconsin, which she narrowly lost in the US 2016 presidential election.
Former US Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders has said that he could he could have defeated Republican nominee Donald Trump in a general election, rejecting the notion that his campaign undermined Hillary Clinton's chances of winning the White House.