Vice President Harris Visits the DMZ 

“At the DMZ, Harris went to the top of a ridge, near guard towers and security cameras. She looked through bulky binoculars as a South Korean officer pointed out military installations on the southern side. Then an American officer pointed out some of the defenses along the military demarcation line, including barbed-wire fences and claymore mines. He said American soldiers regularly walk patrols along a path.

‘It’s so close,’ Harris said…On the North Korean side, two figures dressed in what appeared to be hazmat suits peeked out from behind a curtain in a second-floor window. Then they disappeared back inside.”

During the trip, Harris also made a verbal gaffe, saying: “The United States shares a very important relationship, which is an alliance with the Republic of North Korea.”

Source: North Korea fires missiles after Harris leaves South Korea | AP News