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America Becoming 'Complacent' About Middle East Terror Threat: Rep. Buck

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NTD News
Rep. Ken Buck (R-Colo.) serves on the House Judiciary Committee and the House Foreign Affairs Committee. At the 2022 National Conservative Conference, he sat down with NTD to discuss the enhanced Russia–China alliance and other threats facing the United States. “President Bush 43 talked about the axis of evil, and I think he included North Korea and that group also, and I see all of them as very serious threats, obviously, in terms of conventional war. Russia and China are the biggest threats on a conventional side. But North Korea and Iran are probably the biggest threats when it comes to unconventional warfare and using proxy terrorists as a threat to the U.S. interests.”
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