President Trump and North Korea’s Kim Jong Un are expected to have their next summit in Vietnam, according to Bloomberg. “LATEST: The next Trump/Kim Jong Un summit will be in VIETNAM, sources tell me and @nwadhams. High-level talks have focused on Hanoi, Danang, Ho Chi Minh City. Things could change, of course. But the Trump admin plan right now is for Vietnam,” Jacobs tweeted shortly before 10 a.m. Sunday. Jacobs’ tweet echoes South Korean media reports some two weeks ago that they would chose Vietnam’s capital for their second face-to-face sit-down, which other reports say will be in February.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has supervised the successful test of a new “high-tech” tactical weapon, state-run media say.
The KCNA news agency gave no details on the type of the weapon, saying only it had been developed over a long period.
But it is the first known inspection of a major weapons test in a year.
In a summit in June Mr Kim and US President Donald Trump agreed the Korean peninsula should denuclearise, but a detailed plan was never set out.
Discussions aimed at setting up a second summit between Mr Kim and Mr Trump did not happen as planned this week and relations between the North and the US appear to have soured since the historic meeting in Singapore.
South Korean President Moon Jae-In plans to deliver the message during a meeting with Pope Francis; Sen. Corey Gardner reacts to the report and U.S. relations with the regime.
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No footage of the parade has been released but news agency AFP, which had a reporter at the scene, and NK News, which had pictures from North Korean state TV, said no ICBMs had been seen.
As Tuesday’s landmark summit between the leaders of the United States and North Korea drew to a close, questions remained for US allies in East Asia as to what Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un’s budding relationship will mean for the region.Other than Trump and Kim, perhaps no other leader had as much riding on the outcome of the talks as South Korean President Moon Jae-in — who said he “didn’t sleep a wink” the night before Tuesday’s summit.“Seventy years of division and hostility, however, have cast a dark shadow that makes it difficult to believe what is actually taking place before our very eyes,” Moon said following the summit.
US President Donald Trump put his extraordinary gamble with North Korea’s Kim Jong Un to the test on Tuesday, sitting for unprecedented and surreal talks with the rogue kingdom’s despotic leader in what he hopes will amount to a historic breakthrough.
Moments after he arrived at the summit site for his historic meeting, President Trump sent a tweet announcing that chief economic adviser Larry Kudlow has suffered a heart attack.
“Our Great Larry Kudlow, who has been working so hard on trade and the economy, has just suffered a heart attack. He is now in Walter Reed Medical Center,” Trump tweeted.
Kudlow was not traveling with the President in Singapore, but he had just returned to the US from the G7 summit in Canada, where trade tensions dominated the atmosphere.
Here’s Trump’s tweet:
President Trump says he expects to know quickly whether North Korea is serious about surrendering its nuclear weapons. But Pyongyang has fooled the U.S. in the past.
President Trump and Norht Korean Kim Jong Un will instantly make the city the focus of the world’s attention for a few days when they land in Singapore
NBA star turned Kim Jong Un soulmate Dennis Rodman will be in Singapore during President Trump’s summit with the North Korean dictator next week, The Post has learned.
“The Worm” will arrive in the country a day before the June 12 sitdown — and sources said he could even play some sort of role in the negotiations.
“No matter what you might think about his presence. One thing’s for sure the ratings will be huge,” a source said. “A lot of times in situations that involve complex diplomacy countries like to identify ambassadors of goodwill and whether you agree with it or not Dennis Rodman fits the bill.”