The government of North Korea announced on Friday that it’s launched a “high-level” nuclear warhead test, bringing them closer to becoming capable sending a missile to the west coast of the United States.

“We estimate that North Korea has an inventory of 15 or 20 nuclear weapons and that they could be put on a truck or a short-range missile,” Alison Evans, a North Korea analyst at IHS Markit, told The Washington Post. “But what North Korea is aiming for is to put them on an intercontinental ballistic missile.”

More than 20 years ago, Bill Clinton signed a treaty with North Korea that the former President touted as being a “good deal” and would prevent them from ever getting a nuclear bomb.

“This is a good deal for the United States. North Korea will freeze and dismantle it’s nuclear program,” Clinton said. “South Korea and our other allies will be better protected. The entire world will be safer as we slow the spread of nuclear weapons.”

Just 12 years later, North Korea conducted it’s first nuclear weapon’s test and on Friday showed that they will be capable at striking the United States.

This became the first in a long line of the Clinton’s failed foreign policy.