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Joe Biden during a wreath-laying ceremony at the National Cemetery in Seoul, on May 21.
Photographer: Lee Yong-ho/EyePress/Bloomberg
US President Joe Biden said Sunday that he wasn’t concerned about the possibility of North Korea holding a nuclear test while he’s in Asia.
“We are prepared for anything North Korea does,” Biden told reporters in Seoul. “We’ve thought through how we’d respond to whatever they do, and so I am not concerned.”