Politico 44 reported:
President Barack Obama vowed Tuesday that the United States and its allies will take “swift and credible action” over North Korea’s latest nuclear test—a move he denounced as a “highly provocative act.”
In a written statement issued just before 2 A.M. Eastern Time Tuesday morning, Obama promised that the U.S. will be “steadfast” in its commitments to allies in the region. However, he was not specific about what steps the U.S. might take against North Korea or to shore up allies.
Does that mean he’s going to increase aid?