Guam Governor Says Trump Called, Assured Island Is Safe

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12 August 2017 | 6:32 am

The governor of Guam said Saturday that he spoke with President Donald Trump amid heightened tensions between the United States and North Korea, and was assured that the people of the U.S. territory in the western Pacific are safe, NBC News reported.

“This isn’t the first time that we’ve had threats lobbed against our island, but this time, knowing that we have a president and a White House and a military that is watching out for us gives me a great deal of comfort,” Guam Gov. Eddie Baza Calvo said.

Calvo said he was called by White House chief of staff John Kelly and Trump Saturday morning local time and “both assured me that the people of Guam are safe.”

North Korea threatened to fire missiles near Guam amid a war of words between the isolated regime and U.S.

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