Mike Rogers: Obama’s Response To North Korea Was ‘Saying Aloha And Getting On An Airplane To Hawaii’ [VIDEO]

Alex Griswold Media Reporter
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Republican Chairman of the House Intelligence Committee Mike Rogers said on “Fox News Sunday” that America needed a stronger response to North Korea’s cyber-attack on Sony than President Barack Obama gave in a lighthearted speech Friday afternoon.

“We kept warning, those of us that have been paying attention to this, this is coming to the United States, probably sooner than later. What you saw was a nation-state who engaged in trying to really destroy an American company and then took it to the broader level of using threats of violence in order to get their political will. This was a nation-state attack on the United States, and saying aloha and getting on an airplane going to Hawaii is not the answer that really the world needs, let alone America.”

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