President Trump visits Joint Base Andrews on Air Force's 70th anniversary

Posted at 3:37 PM, Sep 15, 2017

In the wake of yet another North Korea missile test and a terror attack in London, President Trump spoke to soldiers and their families at Joint Base Andrews in Maryland.

Trump did address the London attack during his speech, saying "Our hearts and prayers go out to the people of London, who suffered a vicious terrorist attack today."

Watch Trump's entire speech in the player below.