I have 'largely solved' North Korean nuclear problem: Donald Trump

I have 'largely solved' North Korean nuclear problem: Donald Trump

I have 'largely solved' North Korean nuclear problem: Donald Trump

President Donald Trump saluted a North Korean general in an awkward moment captured on video and broadcast by North Korean state media on Thursday.

A recent story by the Washington Post reported that, at one point, while watching state-run North Korean television, Trump praised how positive the female North Korean news anchor was toward Kim.

At a joint press conference following the meeting, . the three countries said they welcomed the adoption of the statement, in which Kim reaffirmed his commitment to complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula, . and Trump promised to guarantee the North Korean regime's security. "Don't let anyone think anything different". Says Trump: When Kim speaks "his people sit up for attention".

"I have solved that problem. that problem is largely solved", he said. I hated them from the day I came in, ' Trump said.

The three-way meeting comes as USA allies and South Korea seek more details about Trump's unprecedented nuclear summit with Kim in Singapore on Tuesday and what's next for US nuclear negotiations with the North.

The human rights violations of North Korea can not be ignored because if we pretend that Kim Jong Un is going to denuclearize, that he's going to start treating the rest of the world well, then we have to pretend like he's not out there killing his own people.

Speaking alongside Japanese and South Korean foreign ministers in Seoul, Pompeo says that "we're going to get denuclearization". "You don't understand sarcasm".

The report, which allegedly came from the Israeli foreign ministry, claims that the Trump administration backtracked on numerous demands it had initially insisted it would make ahead of the meeting.

Trump also touched on the issue of the remains of United States soldiers missing during the Korean War. By the way, it was good for the United States.

U.S. Defense Secretary Mattis said Trump's summit with Kim, the first between a sitting U.S. president and a North Korean leader, showed that the past did not have to define the future, but that the U.S. military remained vigilant.

All they said about me is, "You met".

President Donald Trump held an impromptu news conference outside the White House on Friday morning, covering everything from North Korea to the Russian Federation probe to President Obama.

The top diplomats from the United States, Japan and South Korea are discussing the North Korean nuclear threat and US diplomacy with Kim Jong Un.

"I call them war games".

Those harsh exchanges are now apparently over, and since the summit Trump has lavished praise on Kim, once a global pariah credibly accused of torturing and starving tens of thousands of his own citizens.

"Because I don't want to see a nuclear weapon destroy your family", he said. Of course, I met. Meeting is a good thing, not a bad thing.

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