Trump signs defense bill restricting drawdown of U.S. troops in Korea

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President Donald Trump put pen to paper on a defense-spending bill that aims to counter Chinese aggression.
But what it also restricts is any drawdown of American troops here in South Korea.
Lee Seung-jae reports.
The John S.
McCain National Defense Authorization Act,.
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which approves 716-billion U.
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dollars for defense in fiscal year 2019,.
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was recently passed by both chambers of Congress,.
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and was sent to President Trump on Monday to sign into law.
At a ceremony at the U.
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Army’s Fort Drum base in New York,.
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President Trump called the bill . Watch video for more details.