Experts remain skeptical about how sincere he is about giving up his nuclear program.
"But I didn't see that."
Donald Trump is the first sitting American president who has ever agreed to negotiate with the North Korean dictatorship. His predecessors were right to refuse, but Trump should go ahead anyway. Sit down. Talk to Kim Jong Un. (Just please...Show More Summary
Evan Osnos writes about what might happen if Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un meet to discuss a nuclear agreement between the United States and North Korea.
Donald Trump can afford the humiliation of negotiating with Kim Jong Un.
Kim Jong Un extending invitation to meet with Donald Trump.
Before President Trump and North Korea’s Kim Jong Un hold their announced summit in May, they must first agree on a meeting site deemed secure and convenient. Pyongyang? Beijing? Mar-a-Lago? … Click to Continue »
President Trump has agreed to meet the North Korean leader for talks.
North Korea has said it must continue its nuclear weapons program to deter the United States or other enemies from invading or striking the isolated nation.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson gave an update President Trump's planned meeting with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un.
North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un says he is eager to meet President Trump, and President Trump says he would meet Kim by May to achieve permanent...
BEIJING/SEOUL (Reuters) - North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has offered his congratulations to China's Xi Jinping upon his re-election as president, North Korean state media said on Sunday, in a rare direct message from Pyongyang to Beijing after ties nosedived. Show More Summary
The Trump administration, to our knowledge, has yet to hear from North Korea that it actually wants a meeting between Kim Jong Un and President Trump. All we have is a message conveyed through South Korea, which, to be blunt, is not always the most reliable messenger. CNN reports: Adm. Harry Harris, who oversees US […]
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is "taking stock" of US President Donald Trump's surprise decision to accept his invitation for talks on denuclearizing the Korean peninsula, South Korea's foreign minister said in an interview that aired Sunday. Show More Summary
The geopolitical and market bogeymen of the moment - Kim Jong Un, Vladimir Putin, tariffs, cyber warfare - are riding tall in the saddle. That's sparked something of a "flight to safety," which ignited a bit of an uptick in demand for...Show More Summary
Each week, the “Can He Do That?” podcast explores critical questions about what today’s news means for our nation and its highest office. Listen here. When President Trump announced his plan to sit down for an in-person talk with North Korea's Kim Jong Un, there was one person who was particularly surprised by the move: Christopher R. Hill, […]
President Trump will insist on “concrete, verifiable actions” from North Korea before holding a promised summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, the White House said Friday, adding conditions and a note of skepticism to the buoyant mood that surrounded the surprise announcement the night before. Press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders repeated the insistence […]
In another bizarre twist in modern politics, former NBA player Dennis Rodman is praising President Trump after the White House announced Trump had agreed to meet with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un for talks by the end of May. “Well done President Trump,” Rodman told The Washington Post in a statement through his agent. “You're on the way […]
President Trump said Saturday that North Korea has recently sought talks with the United States and that he “won't rule out direct talks with Kim Jong Un,” the North Korean leader. “Now we're talking. They, by the way, called up a couple of days ago; they said, 'We would like to talk,'" Trump said. “And […]
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