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Secy. Esper: 'We're not going to overreact' about North Korea's missile tests

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Defense Secretary Mark Esper answered a question on the response to North Korea's recent short-range missile tests in his first press conference from the Pentagon. He stated he was "concerned" but "we're not gonna overreact" to their actions.