NKorea’s weapons testing since the last Summit between President Trump and Chairman Kim Jong Un “isn’t bothering” our President, White House press secretary Sarah Sanders said Sunday.
In a TV interview Ms. Sanders, who is accompanying the President in his visit to Japan this weekend, said President Trump’s “focus in all of this process is on continuing the very good relationship that he has with Chairman Kim.”
“And he feels good that the Chairman will stay firm with the commitment that he made to the President and move toward denuclearization,” she said, adding: “Some of the activity that’s taken place, as you can see from the President’s Twitter isn’t something that’s bothering the President.”
“The President’s focus in this process is on continuing to move toward total denuclearization of the peninsula,” she said. “We know that the activities at no point that took place over the last several weeks have been a threat to the United States or our allies. And we are going to continue pushing forward to the ultimate goal and that’s denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula.
“And the President still feels comfortable and confident in the relationship that he has with Chairman Kim and that he’s going to stay true to the commitment that he made to the President.”
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