Trump thinks Kim will get rid of nukes 'virtually immediately'

Lloyd Doyle
June 12, 2018

"Perhaps we can have an official end to the Korean war, sign some kind of treaty, that might be good too", Sacramento's Sister City Program Director Steve Lee said. "I really believe that".

"O$3 ther administrations, I don't want to get specific on that, but you know they had a policy of silence".

"The relevant resolutions passed by the UN Security Council stipulate that ... adjustment to the sanctions has to be made in accordance with the situation on how North Korea has implemented the agreement - including suspending or removing relevant sanctions measures", Geng said. That's not what you have to do.

Dems lack heir apparent this time MORE said Tuesday that he sometimes "felt foolish" using harsh rhetoric to condemn North Korea and its leader Kim Jong Un but felt he had to do it to bring the countries together.


"So I think the rhetoric - I hated to do it", Trump continued.

As North Korea was conducting multiple missile tests past year and threatening to attack the U.S., Mr. Trump responded with rhetoric that was unusually aggressive for a U.S. leader.

Analysts generally agree that a series of stringent economic and financial sanctions against North Korea, led by the U.S. with China's support, have played a big role in Kim's sudden embrace of diplomacy in the past six months after his repeated nuclear provocations.

The Singapore summit gave hope Tuesday to the families of the more than 7,000 US service members missing from the Korean War that they will finally get an accounting. "Will someone from his depleted and food starved regime please inform him that I too have a Nuclear Button, but it is a much bigger & more powerful one than his, and my Button works!"

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