North Korean leader Kim Jong Un still has faith in U.S. President Donald Trump’s commitment to ending their nations’ hostile relations, but he’s frustrated by questions about his willingness to denuclearize and wants his “goodwill measures” to be met in kind, South Korean officials said Thursday.
While South Koreans cheered with hope and China saw an opening to discuss lifting sanctions on North Korea, some countries in Europe and the Mideast cautioned Tuesday that it was premature to judge U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un’s summit a success.
KTSA radio host Trey Ware speaks with ABC News correspondents Karen Travers and Conor Finnegan […]
Cheers in South Korea and a one-page “extra” edition of a Japanese newspaper greeted Tuesday’s unprecedented summit between Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un. The reaction was muted in nearby China, but officials no doubt kept a close watch.
The Latest on the summit between North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and President Donald Trump in Singapore
WASHINGTON (AP) — In a dramatic diplomatic turn, President Donald Trump on Thursday canceled next […]
KTSA radio host Trey Ware who asks Gordon Chang what he thinks about the North […]
North Korea canceled a high-level meeting Wednesday with South Korea and threatened also to call off a historic summit planned later this month with the United States due to ongoing military exercises between the South and the U.S., South Korea’s Yonhap news agency reported.
JOINT BASE ANDREWS, Md. (AP) — Staging a made-for-TV, still-of-the-night arrival ceremony, President Donald Trump […]
KTSA radio host Jack Riccardi speaks with Rep. Will Hurd (R-TX) about Trump’s announcement that […]