President Bush Maintains Tough Line on North Korea

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After the nuclear test on Sunday, President Bush says North Korea must "dismantle" weapons production, and that Japan, South Korea, China and Russia are part of a unified diplomatic effort. Speaking today at the White House, in referring to previous criticism over his administration's unilateral and often rigid approach to foreign policy, the President emphasized his flexibility in responding to new circumstances, although he did not elaborate.

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Richard Wolffe - Correspondent, MSNBC

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Warren Olney

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