North Korea threatened this week to cancel the planned summit between Kim Jong Un and President Trump. Press Secretary Sarah Sanders issued a response on Wednesday.
The White House said Wednesday it remains "hopeful" President Trump's planned summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un will take place, despite Pyongyang's threat to abandon the talks.
"This is something that we fully expected," White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders told reporters when asked about North Korea's threat.
Sanders also downplayed the possible consequences if the June 12 meeting in Singapore does not take place.
"The president is very used to and ready for tough negotiations," she said. "And if they want to meet, we'll be ready and if they don't, that's OK too."
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