Gushing North Korean broadcaster Ri Chun Hee hails Trump-Kim summit

Gushing North Korean broadcaster Ri Chun Hee hails Trump-Kim summit

White House press secretary Sarah Sanders said Thursday President Donald Trump was using "common courtesy" when he returned a military salute from a North Korean general during Tuesday's summit in Singapore.

Bret Baier's first interview with Donald Trump since he became POTUS, was tearing up the TV news turf this evening, after the Fox News political anchor asked POTUS about his just-wrapped summit with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un. "President Obama said that North Korea was our biggest and most risky problem".

The U.S. intelligence assessment of the nuclear and other military threat posed by North Korea to U.S. and allied forces remained unchanged despite Trump and Moon's assertions about the North Korean nuclear threat being over, a senior U.S. official responsible for studying the North Korean military said.

The United States also showed the North Koreans a movie trailer-style video of what the country could be in the future-which culminated in the president speculating about hotels and condos being built on the country's "great" beaches. The statement provided no details on when Pyongyang would give up its nuclear weapons programme or how the dismantling might be verified.

"North Korea is a real and present threat".

"Whenever I see her on TV, I always think that North Korea had made trouble again", said Jun Seung-ho, who works at a travel agency in Seoul.

He flew into Singapore late Monday to be present for the historic first summit between the two leaders.

Pompeo also said he's confident that US talks with North Korea will resume "sometime in the next week".

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While the North Korean regime has reneged on its word before, Mr Lee said North Korea was more honest than ever before.

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.

His comments in the South Korean capital Seoul appeared to contradict accounts in official North Korean media that the process towards lifting sanctions would be gradual and reciprocal.

Trump said not only was a pullout not discussed, the U.S. "is not drawing down at all". Many observers say the agreement does little to reduce North Korea's stockpile of weapons. No more rocket launches, nuclear testing or research!

Baier countered that Kim has "done some really bad things".

She continued on: "The president has raised North Korea's human rights record and the oppression of the regime". "But the issues of the alliance should be dealt with under the premise we maintain joint ironclad defense posture". -South Korean joint air exercise, put off a high-level inter-Korean meeting indefinitely on May 16 - the very day it was scheduled to be held.

"But the focus of the summit was denuclearization and peace on the peninsula". The trilateral cooperation among the United States, South Korea and Japan has been crucial to the effectiveness regarding our efforts regarding our efforts related to the denuclearization of North Korea.

Chinese state media described the summit as a "starting point" but said "no-one would expect the half-day summit to be able to iron out all differences and remove deep-seated mistrust between the two long-time foes".

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