Trump claims he has 'largely solved' North Korea problem

18 June, 2018, 06:32 | Author: Roderick Gutierrez
  • U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo right walks with U.S. General Vincent K. Brooks left commander of United States Forces Korea upon his arrival at Osan Air Base in Pyeongtaek Wednesday

President Donald Trump's trip to North Korea this week for a summit with leader Kim Jong-un was nothing if not a learning experience for the foreign policy novice - and it seems there was one piece of the country's culture that he was quite taken with.

Mr Trump said he would call Mr Xi, probably before he lands in Washington on his way back from Singapore, to tell him about the results of the meeting.

Around 8 a.m. on Friday, Trump tweeted that the morning talk show was on the White House front lawn. Trump said he would also one day wish to bring American troops stationed on the Korean border home, but noted, "That's not part of the equation".

The report suggests the deal signed by Trump and Kim Jong Un failed to guarantee North Korea would commit to "full, irreversible, and verifiable denuclearization".

According to Trump, the two leaders privately discussed human rights and Kim reacted "very well" during their Tuesday summit.

"Well, I'm going to speak to people in North Korea, and I'm going to speak to my people who are over in North Korea".

"North Korea is an unimaginable country", she said.

A high ranking Blue House official, who spoke on the condition of anonymity, highly evaluated the fact that Trump and Kim's relationship has reached another level, where they can talk to each other whenever necessary. "And I mean, he is the strong head", Trump remarked.

Donald Trump has some glowing things to say about North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un.

In a sign Seoul is open to suspending drills, South Korean President Moon Jae In said last Thursday that his government would need to be flexible on applying military pressure on the North if it was honest about denuclearisation.

Tens or possibly hundreds of thousands of people have been killed or imprisoned in North Korea since Kim took power in North Korea for failing to show sufficient deference to the dictator - the exact figures are hard to pinpoint because North Korea does not allow either a free press or human rights groups to operate openly within its borders. "He speaks and his people sit up at attention". "You don't understand sarcasm", he told reporters.

This is the beginning of the process toward the denuclearisation of North Korea. Some experts experienced in North Korea and nuclear politics are skeptical.

So the Fox News host, Bret Baier, comes out and outright says, "Kim Jong Un is a killer". "As the leader of the free world, you must hold the worst dictator on earth accountable".



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