The White House sought to cool public tensions with North Korea on Monday as press secretary Sean Spicer said he anticipated no “red lines” coming from the United States.

“Drawing red lines hasn’t really worked in the past,” Spicer said at Monday’s press briefing.

The press secretary repeatedly said he did not want to spell out any options the administration was considering in response to North Korea, which conducted a new missile test over the weekend.

“He holds his card close to the vest, and I think you’re not going to see him telegraphing how he’s going to respond to any military or other situation going forward,” Spicer said, referring to President Trump. “That’s just something he believes that has not served us well in the past.”

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