Donald Trump says 'We'll see' on North Korea summit, to insist on denuclearisation
Wednesday, 16 May 2018 US PresidentDonald Trump acknowledged on Wednesday it was unclear if his planned summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un would go ahead, and said Washington would insist that North Korea give up its nuclear weapons despite Pyongyang's threat to pull out of the meeting.
North Korea threw the June 12 summit into doubt on...
May.16 -- President Donald Trump said North Korea hasn’t directly raised concerns about his proposed summit with its leader Kim Jong Un, after the country threatened through its state-run news agency to pull out of the meeting. Bloomberg's Joe Sobcyzk reports on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia."
South Korea walked back a proposal to lift sanctions on North Korea after President Donald Trump warned South Korea could "do nothing" without U.S. approval. Newsmax - USAlso reported by •Reuters India •Reuters •The News Articles
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