(Fox News) President Trump on Friday announced what he called the "heaviest"-ever set of sanctions on North Korea, targeting the regime's shipping and trading companies as tensions flare anew with Pyongyang.
The president mentioned the plan during the very end of a lengthy and freewheeling address to the Conservative Political Action Conference outside Washington.
"We imposed today the heaviest sanctions ever imposed on a country before," Trump said. "Hopefully, something positive can happen."
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