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Susan Rice: Kim was victor of summit with Trump

Susan Rice: Kim was victor of summit with Trump”

Trump was optimistic following his meeting but the Israeli intelligence report says, "the USA retreated from its positions on several issues relating to North Korea's nuclear program".

During the interview, the subject of Trump's recent Singapore summit with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un arose.

President Donald Trump's former chief strategist said the president is trying to make peace with North Korea but is getting unfairly "vilified" following his summit with Kim Jong Un.

And when Stephanopoulos pressed Trump how how "he is going to know that [Kim] is keeping his word", all Trump could say is "we're going to be following things, we're going to be monitoring things".

Trump later told reporters that he was joking, stating how "you don't understand sarcasm".

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Mr. Trump on Friday said he "hated" the "war games" from the "day I came in". If Mr. Kim complies, the U.S. president even promised to lift all trade sanctions, a move that will help strengthen North Korea's struggling economy. "I want to have a good relationship with many other countries", Trump said.

The joint military exercises are separate from the regular military training between South Korea and the USA military, which Trump has said will continue. I can only speak to the fact that we signed an incredible agreement, it's great.

"How can Kim love his people if he's killing them?" the reporter asked Trump.

United States President Donald Trump's surprise announcement in Singapore on suspending war games with South Korea is being formalised on the ground, with an official announcement to put them on hold expected this week.

"He's the head of a country - and I mean he's the strong head, don't let anyone think anything different", he said. He speaks and his people sit up in attention.

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President Trump on Friday expressed admiration for the way Kim Jong Un is treated by North Koreans.

Human Rights Watch has dubbed North Korea one of the "most repressive authoritarian states in the world".

Only when the sides have worked out details, including a timetable for Pyongyang to dismantle its arsenal, submit to inspections and verification, and begin the process of decommissioning, can the region indeed rest easier.

But it remains in possession of fissile material for a dozen to 60 nuclear bombs, independent experts say.

One Trump critic, Senate Democratic leader Charles Schumer, mangled an American idiom and inadvertently praised Trump, saying that the summit was "all cattle and no hat", meaning substantive and no talk, instead of the opposite, correct phrasing, he meant to say, "all hat and no cattle".

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