Every United States Senator (all one-hundred of them) have been asked to attend a meeting early this morning.
This is an unusual move, but important matters are at hand. They plan on discussing the impending threat that looms due to North Korea.
The meeting was initially going to take place in a secure room, but it will now take place at the White House, in the Eisenhower Executive Office Building’s auditorium.
Some are worried with this decision, saying it is either a preparation for war, or an attempt to do a photo-op. These two options are at two extreme ends of the danger scale.
The situation in North Korea has only been intensifying, as they have been conducting more ammunition drills and have increased their technological advancements.
A full-scale terror attack drill has been planned for Wednesday regarding the local governments in WashingtonD.C.
Local governments in the Washington, D.C., are planning a “full-scale” terror attack drill for Wednesday. The drill prepares for an attack involving multiple locations and “teams of perpetrators” – and will be staged at six sites across the District of Columbia and the Virginia and Maryland suburbs.
Sen. Ben Cardin, D-Md., the top Democrat on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, told Reuters that he hopes to hear the administration’s next steps.
“It’s (the location of the meeting) their choice,” he said. “I hope that we hear their policy as to what their objectives are, and how we can accomplish that hopefully without dropping bombs.”