In a relatively short daily press briefing, Sean Spicer took a barrage of questions on everything from North Korea to Trump's taxes and White House visitor logs but largely just repeated official administration policies on the issues.
North Korea - Repeating Trump's previous position, Spicer noted that the White House will not define any sort of 'red lines' with regards to North Korean provacations but confirmed that all options remain on the table. As of now, Spicer indicated that the White House continues to pursue active negotiations with President Xi of China to exert maximum, non-military pressure on North Korea which includes China's recent decision to halt coal imports.
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