He is prepared to provide North Korea with the security assurances, the warmed political relationships that they want and are demanding in exchange for actions by North Korea, the denuclearization of the peninsula. The exact timing, the exact modalities of that occurring are yet to be agreed to but the President is willing to do something big, something bold.
I think that Chairman Kim Jung Un is prepared to do that as well. I'm very confidant that China will play a role, indeed, they have already to date. They've been important partners in the pressure campaign. They've done things that they've never agreed to do before to encourage Chairman Kim and the North Koreans to consider whether they're prepared to make the flip.
China will certainly have a part. The first step, however, will take place on June 12th, where President Trump and Chairman Kim will have the chance to meet and begin what we hope is a successful march towards to the denuclearization of the peninsula.