Good. I wouldn’t either. Keep em’ guessing.

Via Washington Examiner:

White House press secretary Sean Spicer on Monday refused to say if President Trump ordered the cyber sabotage of North Korea’s ballistic missile test on Sunday, but did say Trump was “well aware” of Kim Jong-un’s plans.

Spicer said on Fox News that Trump knew about North Korea’s plans to test another ballistic missile during its national holiday Sunday, but wouldn’t confirm reports that the U.S. helped bring down the missile through a cyber attack.

“The president and his team were well aware of North Korea’s actions,” he said.

“This is not a helpful action by North Korea, we urge everyone in the region, especially China, to put pressure on North Korea,” he added. “We can’t afford a nuclear North Korea.”

Spicer said Trump is prepared for “multiple contingencies” should North Korea test another nuclear weapon or ballistic missiles.

“The president has been very clear he’s not going to telegraph his response to any threat before it happens,” he said.

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