UN wasn't 'laughing at me'

UN wasn't 'laughing at me'

UN wasn't 'laughing at me'

He's President Chaos, and President Chaos is expected to say these things-but it's got to be more fun to say them to cheering crowds of supporters than to a tittering room of the world's diplomats.

"You are going to have a war if I wasn't elected, you would be in a war", Trump told reporters in NY - where he's in town for the United Nations General Assembly - during a wide-ranging press conference.

"I believe that Kim Jong Un is honest and he will abandon nuclear weapons in exchange of economic development".

In regard to Iran, the president called on world leaders to join the U.S.in isolating and sanctioning Tehran until the Islamic republic stops spreading terrorism and working to build a nuclear arsenal.

"So the fake news said people laughed at President Trump".

The state department announced on Wednesday that Pompeo would be traveling to Pyongyang at Kim's invitation next month, to continue negotiations on the "final, fully verified denuclearisation" of North Korea.

"I believe Chairman Kim Jong Un, a man I have gotten to know and like, wants peace and prosperity for North Korea", Trump said.

He went on to cover several topics of worldwide interest, including a case for his controversial renegotiations of trade deals, an optimistic update on peace negotiations with North Korea, and calls for tougher sanctions on Iran. Trump only said the meeting would "most likely" be held at a location other than Singapore, where the first summit took place in June.

Pompeo said after his last visit to Pyongyang in July that progress had been made, only for North Korea within hours to denounce him for making "gangster-like demands".

Moon noted many feared a declaration of the end to the war may weaken the South Korea-U.S. alliance, which in turn could force the U.S.to withdraw its troops stationed in South Korea. "The safety of the Korean Peninsula, the region and the world, depends on full compliance with U.N. Security Council resolutions".

The president also said there are signs "some nations are already violating these U.N. sanctions".

The Iranian leader said he was pleased that the worldwide community did not follow the Trump administration's "unilateral and illegal withdrawal from the JCPOA", the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action as the nuclear deal is known.

"Moving forward, we are only going to give foreign aid to those who respect us and frankly are our friends". Add North Korea as an interest to stay up to date on the latest North Korea news, video, and analysis from ABC News.

North Korea had made worldwide inspection of its main nuclear site conditional on "corresponding measures".

The primary goal of the second US-North Korea summit is to break the stalemate over denuclearization.

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