Transcript for President Trump dodges questions about North Korea's foiled missile strike
Overseas tonight, vice president Mike pence talking tough on North Korea, saying the United States will not relent until the North Korea nuclear problem is gone. And Hawaii now reviewing their emergency plans. Matt Gutman is in South Korea. Reporter: Mike pence touring a buddhist temple, but also trying to reassure allies about the north Korean nuclear threat. We will not rest until we achieve a denuclearized north Korean peninsula. Reporter: North Korea tried to test a missile on Saturday, but it blew up within seconds. The north Korean leader tried to provoke something by launching a missile. Reporter: And the burning question, did the U.S. Hack that test? I don't want to comment on it. What happens in North Korea launches another missile? We'll find out. Reporter: In Hawaii, new emergency plans in the works in case of an unlikely attack. And the massive aircraft carrier group, steaming towards the region, should be here in about a week. Matt, thank you.
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