Sanders: ‘China Has Got To Do a Lot More’ on North Korea
SANDERS: "No, I think this policy shift on the part of China has been taking place for quite a while now. As I understand, for example, China did not have a representative at the military parade in North Korea the other day. That says something. Just the other day, a plane trips between beijing and north Korea were suspended. Not to mention that China is now cutting back on the importation of coal from North Korea, which is the major source of their foreign currency. China has to do a lot more. They have got to be working with the United States, with Japan, with South Korea to make it very clear to North Korea that these policies cannot continue or else there is going to be significant economic sanctions destroying that economy."