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In regards to the President's view of North Korea, I believe he represents the American people's view of North Korea right now. We see a young man go over there, healthy and with a minor act of mischief, come home dead, basically, dies immediately after he gets here. There's no way that we can look at a situation like this with any kind of understanding.
This goes beyond any kind of understanding of law and order, of humanity, of responsibility towards any human being. So what you're seeing, I think, is the American people's frustration with a regime that provokes, and provokes, and provokes, and basically, plays outside the rules, plays fast and loose with the truth, that sort of thing.
As far as China's role, China continues to work these issues. The reason for this dialogue that we had today was to have an open and frank dialogue about what more can be done in areas of common interest. And I would point out to you that China's end state on the Korean Peninsula in terms of nuclear weapons is the same as ours.
And we continue to work towards that end state.