U.S. President Donald Trump said there will be consequences for North Korea's ''very, very bad behaviour''. Rough cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT. NO REPORTER NARRATION. U.S. President Donald Trump once more urged NATO allies in Europe on Thursday (July 6) to spend more on defence, on a visit to Poland that had been billed as an opportunity for him to patch up relations after a tense alliance summit in May. He also said Washington was thinking about "severe things" in response to North Korea's test-launch this week of an intercontinental ballistic missile with the potential to reach Alaska. The White House had said Trump would use the stopover in Warsaw to showcase his commitment to the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation, which he once called "obsolete", bemoaning allies' repeated failure to spend the recommended 2 percent of GDP on defence.