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President Trump Has Some Awfully Kind Words For Kim Jong Un

President Trump Has Some Awfully Kind Words For Kim Jong Un

President Trump Has Some Awfully Kind Words For Kim Jong Un

All this doesn't change the fact that Donald J. Trump came back from Singapore announcing that thanks to him North Korea will cease its nuclear program - something no previous president can claim.

The president also defended his decision to halt military exercises with South Korea in the region, writing that the so-called war games can start again if a deal isn't reached with North Korea. "I said, 'why aren't we being reimbursed?'"

When Trump said the last line, he pointed towards the White House, which could suggest that he was referring to his staff. Trump later told CNN he was "kidding".

Trump said there would be a "very strong verification process" for North Korean denuclearization.

And asked in a separate occasion about Kim's record on human rights, and why he had failed to challenge the leader on the topic, Trump told Fox and Friends: "He's the head of the country".

"We've legitimized a brutal dictator who's starved his own people", Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer said on the Senate floor Tuesday.

The Global Times, an influential Chinese state-run newspaper, said in an editorial that the time was right to consider "an appropriate reduction of the sanctions" against North Korea.

"I got that after we signed the agreement".

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He's very smart. Kim Jong Un - amusing guy.

Mr Trump had been answering a question about whether Mr Kim might some day visit the White House. Don't let anyone think anything different.

During his meeting with Pompeo, Xi emphasized support for China's "dual suspension" proposal in which North Korean steps toward denuclearization would be met with reductions or an end to joint U.S.

The Post also notes that Trump was impressed with how "tough" the North Korean guards were, demonstrating further his affinity for the trappings of authoritarianism.

North Korea has perpetuated human rights abuses for decades, according to watchdog agencies, human rights groups and the United States government.

The summit also made a clean break from the failed approaches of past United States administrations, he said. "He speaks and his people sit up at attention". North Korea also stated conditions for jettisoning its nukes. Officials have not verified reports that North Korea may have demolished a stand used for missile-ejection tests in May. "As the leader of the free world, you must hold the worst dictator on earth accountable".

A majority said that it was unlikely the summit would lead to North Korea relinquishing its nuclear weapons, with 41% calling it somewhat or very likely and 53% saying it was unlikely.

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