Subject: In -town pool 6 -- North Korea, more China

From: David Boyer
Subject: In -town pool 6 -- North Korea, more China

asked if Kim Jong Un violated his trust by firing more missiles after joint military exercises ended in South Korea, the president said, "No, I don't think so. He likes testing missiles."
He said his comments about "the chosen one" were sarcasm.
“It was sarcasm,” he said.
Asked if he still wants negotiations with China next month, he said, "I'm always open to talks."
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Dave Boyer
White House correspondent
The Washington Times
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