ANALYSIS/OPINION: On matters of war and peace, the U.S. Constitution speaks in prime colors, not pastels. President Donald Trump is prohibited from pre-emptively attacking North Korea without express congressional authorization to retaliate against Chairman Kim Jong-un’s verbal thunderbolts. But the president may attack unilaterally in self-defense to answer sudden North Korean aggression with the use of…
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