Trump thanks Kim as North Korea hands over Korean War remains
North Korea on Friday handed over 55 boxes carrying remains thought to be of U.S. soldiers killed in the 1950-53 Korean War, a first step in implementing an agreement reached at a landmark summit in June.
The handover of the boxes, draped in the blue and white flag of the United Nations, represents a modest diplomatic triumph for U.S. President Donald Trump from his June 12 summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in Singapore that was aimed primarily at persuading North Korea to give up a nuclear weapons program that threatens the United States.
â€śI want to thank Chairman Kim for keeping his word,â€ť Trump said at a White House event, at which he hailed â€śgreat fallen heroes from America.â€ť...
ABC Radio News Online wrote: North Korea is continuing to build intercontinental missiles despite President Donald Trump's summit with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un, according to U.S. intelligence evidence cited by The Washington Post....
--[URL=http://abcnewsradioonline.com/world-news/north-korea-constructing-new-missiles-despite-agreement-with.html]]]http://tinyurl.com/ybttwjn4 (North Korea constructing new missiles despite agreement with US: Report)[/URL]
Oh, they are continuing to make bombs also.
Robert Reich wrote: ...1. No deal with North Korea. Following his June 12 summit with Kim Jong Un, Trump declared on Twitter that â€śthere is no longer a nuclear threatâ€ť from North Korea. But in fact, thereâ€™s no deal. Trump gave Kim what Kim wanted â€“ a photo op showing an American president granting North Korea co-equal status, and the cancellation of joint military exercises with South Korea. Yet Kim conceded nothing on weapons and missile programs. In fact, recent satellite imagery shows the North is actually improving its nuclear capability....
--[URL=https://tinyurl.com/y87dory3]]]https://tinyurl.com/y87dory3 (Trumpâ€™s Art of the No Deal)[/URL]
I will compliment SermonAudio for using Reuters as a source. You won't find much coloring in their news items. While the BBC is fairly decent and it gives more details which looks at the various issues, it may not be quite as bias-free as Reuters.
BBC wrote: ...Last week North Korea appeared to begin dismantling part of a key rocket launch site but there have been reports it secretly continues its weapons programme. Meanwhile, Pyongyang has accused the US of "gangster-like" tactics.
There's also been little clarity about what exactly the two sides mean by "complete denuclearisation" and no details on a timeline for this to take place....
--[URL=https://tinyurl.com/yd8pccrz]]]https://tinyurl.com/yd8pccrz (Korea remains: Pyongyang returns US troops slain in Korean War)[/URL]
North Korea will only get rid of the nuclear weapons that China insists that it does , Just a Guy.