The segment, which aired on “Erin Burnett Outfront,” explained that a nuclear missile could reach Hawaii in 20 minutes, giving residents only 15 minutes with which to brace themselves underground.So we're back to this now?
Later on the show, Toobin scolded host Erin Burnett for running the segment, accusing her of inflating the threat from North Korea.
“Can we just dial this all back a little bit?” Toobin said. “This is an important story but it is an unconfirmed report of a possible technological development from North Korea, and suddenly on television we’re talking about people hiding in caves in Hawaii.”
Wednesday, August 09, 2017
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