Published: Sat, June 16, 2018
Global News | By Blake Casey

'Antsy and bored' Trump almost left Kim summit in peril, report says

'Antsy and bored' Trump almost left Kim summit in peril, report says

"I did a great job this weekend", Trump said.

The offer by the North's military officials came during talks with the South's military on Thursday, and South Korea will "actively pursue" disarmament in the area, the spokesman, Kim Eui-kyeom, told reporters on Friday.

"I met a general", Trump said on Fox. "He saluted me. I saluted him back", Trump said. He added that he "hit it off" with Kim and that the two had "good chemistry". He gave us a lot.

Putin said he would be happy to welcome Kim to Russian Federation, suggesting they meet during an economic forum in the far eastern port city of Vladivostok this September.

'You haven't had a firing.

And he added: "You haven't had any rockets shot in the air for seven months".

So the Fox News host, Bret Baier, comes out and outright says, "Kim Jong Un is a killer".

U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un walk together before their working lunch during their summit at the Capella Hotel on the resort island of Sentosa, Singapore June 12, 2018.

"I can't speak to that", he replied. "I think it is something that could happen. They have a great fervor".

Not only that, but there is another, separate page of Wikipedia listing all of the human right's violations committed in North Korea under Jong-un's rule. I think Donald Trump needs to understand the difference there.

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"You know why? Because I don't want to see a nuclear weapon destroy you and your family", Trump said.

Trump also touched on the issue of the remains of U.S. soldiers missing during the Korean War.

After signing an agreement with Kim committing the North to denuclearization in exchange for unspecified security guarantees, Trump pooh-poohed Kim's iron-fisted rule.

Defending the deal "where we get everything", Mr Trump claimed that he has "largely solved" the North Korean nuclear problem. "It says he will denuclearize".

"The nature of the tasks was not to be resolved at once", Kim told reporters after the meeting.

North Korea proposed to Seoul to disarm, on a trial basis, the Joint Security Area in Panmunjom, the only site in the Demilitarized Zone where both countries' soldiers stand nearly face to face, the South's presidential spokesman said.

"I call them war games".

The president was speaking to Fox News in an impromptu interview Friday morning, during which he unloaded on the FBI, China's trade policy, and former President Barack Obama's handling of North Korea.

"They also", the Post said, "warned him that he might sacrifice wall-to-wall television coverage of his summit if he abruptly moved the long-planned date to Monday in Singapore, which would be Sunday night in the United States".

He also said he would eventually like to bring USA troops home from South Korea, adding, "That's not part of the equation".

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