Donald Trump says 'We'll see' on North Korea summit, to insist on denuclearisation
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Wednesday, 16 May 2018 () US President Donald 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...
Seeking to move forward with a planned summit, President Trump said Thursday that Kim Jong Un can count on "protections that would be very strong" if North Korea... USATODAY.com - Front PageAlso reported by •Reuters India •New Zealand Herald •Zee News •SBS
WASHINGTON - US President Donald Trump sounded a note of caution Wednesday about his much-vaunted summit with Kim Jong Un, saying "we'll see" after Pyongyang... Bangkok Post - WorldAlso reported by •Zee News •SBS
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The White House has released a commemorative "trip coin."
The coin celebrates the summit between President Trump and North Korea's Kim Jong Un.
One side of the coin features the silhouettes of Trump.. Source: Wochit -
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President Donald Trump called out China on Monday on Twitter for having a "porous" border with North Korea. Trump and Kim Jong Un are set to meet in a historic summit in early June. Trump wrote, "China.. Source: Wochit -