Trump is spreading North Korean propaganda

Trump is spreading North Korean propaganda

Trump is spreading North Korean propaganda

On Wednesday North Korea's state-run media had reported that Donald Trump, the U.S. president, had discussed the lifting of sanctions with Kim Jong-un during their unprecedented six hour meeting in Singapore.

"The North Korean people have suffered so much for so long and for them to see the president praise Kim Jong-un as a terrific guy and then even go further and say the North Korean people love Kim Jong-un".

Earlier on June 12, Kim Jong-un and Trump met for their historic summit in Singapore on Tuesday, a first ever meeting between a US President and the leader of the isolated Asian nation. "President Obama said that North Korea was our biggest and most unsafe problem".

In a joint statement signed by Trump and Kim at the historic summit, the leaders pledged to work toward "complete denuclearization" of the Korean Peninsula, falling short of specifying the plan and timeframe of the denuclearization process.

"The trilateral cooperation among the United States, South Korea and Japan has been crucial to the effectiveness regarding our efforts related to denuclearization of North Korea", Pompeo said at a joint press conference following Thursday's meeting.

This came after Mr Trump announced a halt in the drills after his meeting with North Korean leader Mr Kim.

Moon later said South Korea would be flexible when it came to military pressure on North Korea if it was honest about denuclearisation.

The resolutions "have mechanisms for relief contained in them and we agreed that at the appropriate time that those would be considered", Pompeo said.

Generals from North and South Korea shake hands.

On Fox News' "America's Newsroom" Wednesday, Senator Marco Rubio, R-Fl., commented on the role of Congress after President Trump's North Korea summit.

"We're hopeful that we can achieve that in, what was it, the next two-and-a-half years", Pompeo said. Pompeo visited Seoul to provide briefings about the U.S.

Al Jazeera's Wayne Hay, reporting from Seoul, said that the meeting was an opportunity for the three countries "to show that they are in the same page" when it comes to the issue of North Korea and denuclearisation. Gen. Kim Do-gyun, with the five-member North Korean delegation represented by Lt. Gen.

President Donald Trump on Wednesday morning declared an end to the North Korean nuclear threat.

Moon and Xi have advocated a phased approach to negotiations and moved to quickly fix ties with North Korea, while Japan wants a US-led "maximum pressure" campaign to continue.

At the briefing, Pompeo reiterated that the shared goal of the US, South Korea and Japan is to get North Korea to denuclearize not only completely, but also irreversibly and verifiably.

But behind closed doors, Pompeo faces tougher questions from American allies about some of Trump's public declarations, he said.

Kang reaffirmed that South Korea's alliance with the stronger than ever, . and that USA forces will continue to play an important role on the Korean Peninsula.

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