Sunday December 15, 2019

'A very great day': Trump and Kim agree deal, but questions remain

Trump told reporters after their historic summit that Kim had accepted an invitation to visit the White House, and that he would be willing to make a trip to Pyongyang at the 'appropriate time'

12th June, 2018
Kim Jong-un with Donald Trump during their historic summit in Singapore. Pic: Getty

Trump defended the two-page document he signed with Kim at the end of their meeting in Singapore earlier today, saying that he thinks his North Korean counterpart will live up to to it. “It’s very comprehensive,” the president said. “It’s going to happen.”

Even with Kim’s promise to eliminate his nuclear arsenal, Trump said the US will maintain economic sanctions on Pyongyang until North Korea’s nuclear programme...

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