US president Donald Trump on Friday cited "an unusual and extraordinary threat" from North Korea's nuclear arsenal to extend sanctions on Kim Jong-un's regime, despite touting the success of.. Firstpost
President Trump defended his praise of North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un and claimed credit for solving the nuclear threat. In a wide-ranging press appearance, Mr. Trump also said he would not sign a..
After flying back to Washington last week, giddy with success, the US leader tweeted "There is no longer a Nuclear Threat from North Korea" -- a bold claim with Kim's arsenal still in place. IndiaTimes
Though the notice is considered pro forma, the disparity in tone reflects the work that US officials concede remains to be done as negotiators thrash out the details of Pyongyang's disarmament. IndiaTimes
The question remains whether Donald Trump and Kim Jung-un are actually working to remove a nuclear threat or advancing a fantasy for their political benefit. Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald •The Age