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North Korea Poses No Nuclear Threat, Despite Weapons

14 June 2018

Earlier Wednesday, Trump wrote online that North Korea no longer poses a nuclear threat to the USA after his meeting this week in Singapore with Kim, adding that Americans should "sleep well tonight".

President Donald Trump's joint statement with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un on Tuesday provided few specifics and no binding commitments, but it most likely set in motion a series of events that could unseat the U.S. as the dominant world power. "Mr. Trump's unconventional approach leaves a lot to be desired in the foreign policy of the United States, but there was no other path to this less-than-satisfying but digestible outcome".

"I would love to get the military out as soon as we can because it costs a lot of money and a lot of money for us", Trump said.

Most experts assess that the North Korean leader got the better deal at the summit.

And Jimmy Fallon also picked up on the awkward phrasing used by the president, joking on The Tonight Show: "When he heard that, Kim Jong-un was like, 'Let's do this meeting somewhere in public'". "I'm a realist. I'm not trying to bring democracy to North Korea".

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But he also maintained that the Trump-Kim meeting had reduced the chance of conflict even if it was only a "modest start". "I could go through a lot of nations where a lot of bad things were done".

In North Korea, the state media has praised the summit between Kim Jong-un and Donald Trump as a resounding success, while downplaying the agreement to work toward complete denuclearisation of the Korean Peninsula.

When asked Wednesday whether Trump was jumping the gun by declaring victory, White House counselor Kellyanne Conway told reporters: "This president wants North Korea to completely denuclearize so obviously that has to be complete, verifiable and irreversible".

Mr Trump insisted during the press conference which followed the summit, that he meant to invite Chairman Kim to meet with him at the White House in Washington, D.C., according to reports from North Korea's Central News Agency the leader has since accepted the invitation. "Now, it didn't affect today's negotiation, but I think the border opened up a little bit more because China could be a little bit upset about trade because we're very strongly clamping down on trade".

Since taking office in May a year ago, Moon, a son of North Korean refugees, has sought to take the lead in diplomatic efforts to end the North Korean nuclear standoff, which had been dominated by world powers including the US and China.

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"I have a very strong relationship with President Xi of China".

"I had a very good meeting with the G7 and I left left the meeting", Trump corrected. "They just, essentially president for life, that's pretty good".

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The declaration signed at the end of the summit said the two countries would co-operate towards "new relations", while the United States would provide "security guarantees" to North Korea.

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North Korea Poses No Nuclear Threat, Despite Weapons