Well, I make it as a clear and present danger to the United States. I've spend time on the intelligence, at the briefings, and done as much reading as I possibly could. And I'm convinced that North Korea has never moved at the speed that this leader has to develop an ICBM.
To put solid fuel, to have an interesting launch device, and to have a trajectory which as of the latest analysis would enable it to go about 6,000 miles and maybe even hit as far east as Chicago. I think the only solution is a diplomatic one. I'm very disappointed in China's response, that it has not been firmer or more helpful.
And I think that the administration, and this is one of the reasons that I hope General Kelly will be able to be effective even beyond a Chief of Staff, is to begin some very serious negotiation with the North and stop this program.