Donald Trump Compliments Kim Jong Un In Fox Interview

Posted June 16, 2018

The five-hour rendezvous ended with the signing of a document in which "Mr. Trump committed to provide security guarantees to the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK), and Chairman Kim Jong Un reaffirmed his firm and unwavering commitment to complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula".

US President Donald Trump claimed Friday following his summit with Kim Jong Un that he has "largely solved" the North Korean nuclear problem. I can now say, "Well, we have a problem".

According to follow up reports, CNN White House Correspondent Jeff Zeleny said that when Trump was asked about the comments made to Fox & Friends, Trump said, "I'm kidding".

"He is the head of a country and I mean he is the strong head", Trump said.

When asked how he could mourn the death of American Otto Warmbier, who was held hostage by Pyongyang, but not attack Kim's human rights record, Trump said he wants to have a good rapport with the leader.

North Korea has perpetuated human rights abuses for decades, according to watchdog agencies, human rights groups and the U.S. government.

About half an hour later, Fox News notified reporters that Trump was about to appear on the show. "I call them war games", he said. "Of course you got to agree to meet".

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On Friday, Trump was asked by a reporter how he can mourn the death of American Otto Warmbier, who was held hostage in North Korea and returned to the U.S.in a coma previous year, while "in the same breath" defending Kim's human rights abuses.

I want to thank Chairman Kim for taking the first bold step toward a bright new future for his people.

The June 12 summit paved the way for starting a peace process on the peninsula, with the USA pledging a security guarantee in exchange for North Korea's denuclearization. So the only thing I did was I met.

"President Obama lost Crimea, just so you understand".

Speaking after the Singapore summit, China's foreign ministry spokesman suggested that sanctions relief could be considered for North Korea if it abides by United Nations resolutions, while adding that China had always strictly abided by all these resolutions. "We have communication, it's a very good thing", Trump said.

You haven't had a missile test in seven months, ' he said, referencing North Koreans refrain from provocative ballistic missile launches.

'And now we're well on our way to get denuclearization.

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