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Mike Pence plans to blast North Korea's 'charade' at the opening ceremony of the Olympics this week

Vice President Mike Pence will head to the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics in South Korea on a mission to slap down North Korea's projected propaganda coup. Many worry that North Korea will use the Olympics and its military parade before the games to score good press coverage for the regime. The US wants to keep the world on track and continue uniting nations against North Korea, so Pence's trip will focus on making sure Pyongyang doesn't come out looking too good.
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