Trump says 'We'll see' on North Korea summit, to insist on denuclearisation
Wednesday, 16 May 2018 WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. 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.
President Trump thanked North Korea on Twitter over the nuclear site shut down announcement.
President Trump took to Twitter and thanked North Korea after the country announced on Saturday that it'd dismantle its nuclear test site by the end of May.
"North Korea has announced that they will...
According to a report by Reuters, sources claim that the US is opposed to a plan by South and North Korea to set up a no-fly zone over their border, the latest sign of a rift between Seoul and its top..
According to Reuters, North and South Korea held their first three-way talks with the United Nations Command on Tuesday to discuss ways to demilitarize the border as the neighbors push for peace. The..
Business Insider reports President Donald Trump says he "trusts" North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, despite the fact that "nobody really knows" if the regime is actively building up its weapons arsenal...
In an interview with CBS’ “60 Minutes” that aired Sunday night, President Trump said he trusts North Korean leader Kim Jong Un to dismantle its nuclear... FOXNews.com - PoliticsAlso reported by •Wall Street Journal