2. SOUNDBITE (English) John Bolton, National Security Adviser:
"I'll just, uh, to follow up on the statement I think Sarah Sanders just put out. We're obviously greatly disturbed by this what seems to be a terror attack, this hate crime in New Zealand. We've been in touch with our embassy overnight. We're still getting details. But the State Department and others are following up on it. We're very concerned. We're going to cooperate with the New Zealand authorities to the extent we can. If there's a role that we can play, but uh we're obviously following the events there very closely. That's really all I can say on that at the moment.
Reporter: North Korea, one of their top officials said you and the Secretary of State created an atmosphere of hostility and mistrust that thwarted the Hanoi talks. What's your response?
Well, I think that's inaccurate. But, the president is our decision maker I've seen the statement you're referring to just within the past hour. I've spoken to my South Korean counterpart and we've discussed their reaction and our reaction. But I'd like to speak further within the U.S. government before we respond. Thank you very much."