Yes, Trump Talked About Human Rights With Kim Jong Un - Katie Pavlich

Lester Mason
June 12, 2018

Trump said Kim informed him of this development during the historic nuclear summit they held Tuesday in Singapore.

But Panetta, who previously worked for President Barack Obama, said there are a "huge number of issues" that will actually involve the denuclearization of North Korea, which owns an estimated 20 to 60 nuclear weapons with about 141 sites that can produce them.

Warmbier's mother Cindy told a United Nations symposium on the human rights situation in North Korea last month: 'I can't let Otto die in vain.

"We are going to take care of a very big and very unsafe problem for the world", Trump said after the meeting in a joint statement with Kim.

But others point out that there would be little good to come from the US president publicly bashing Kim while attempting diplomacy, and suggest that this is Trump's way of buttering up the brutal dictator.

"I think it is well to keep in mind that Kim Jong Un has given up nothing at this point". "I think without Otto, this would not have happened", Trump told reporters at a Tuesday news conference in Singapore.

Trump has credited his "maximum pressure" campaign of crippling trade and economic sanctions for bringing Kim to the negotiating table and vowed to keep them in place until North Korea complies with its promises.

The Kims have ruled North Korea since the Soviet Union designated Kim Jong Un's grandfather, Kim ll-Sung, as Communist leader in 1948. "Sometimes I felt foolish doing it".

Cindy Warmbier said Otto was brain dead at four months of captivity, and anyone who had a heart would have said, 'Well, we screwed up, let's get him some medical care'. We know where it is because of the heat.' It's incredible the equipment we have, to be honest with you. He died days later on June 19, and it is still not known what exactly killed him.

The parents, Fred and Cindy Warmbier, are suing North Korea alleging that the country violated worldwide law by killing their son. "Very few people at that age - you can take one out of 10,000 - probably couldn't do it".

According to the Defense Department's POW/MIA Accounting Agency, more than 7,800 Americans have not been accounted for from the war, and about 5,300 of that total are believed to have been lost in battle in North Korea or buried at prisoner-of-war camps. How can I not?

'The only thing we can do is rub their noses in this.

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