Sanctions 'not big deal,' worse awaits North Korea, Trump says


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Chinese customs officials inspect trucks loaded with goods headed to and from North Korea on Monday in Dandong in northeastern China.

President Donald Trump said Tuesday that new U.N. sanctions "are nothing compared to what ultimately will have to happen" to stop North Korea's nuclear march, and U.S. officials showed Congress satellite images of illicit trade to highlight the challenge of getting China and Russia to cut off commerce with the nation.

Marshall Billingslea, assistant secretary for terrorist financing at the Treasury Department, displays satellite images Tuesday at a House Foreign Aff...

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