Donald Trump Compliments Kim Jong Un In Fox Interview
- Author: Tracy Klein Jun 18, 2018,
Jun 18, 2018, 6:31
Trump held a summit with Kim last Tuesday in Singapore, marking the first time a sitting US president and North Korean leader met face to face. But Bret Baier actually wanted to know a little bit about that, so he did the right thing by asking Donald Trump about this atrocities committed by Kim Jong Un, and this is what Trump had to say to that question.
-North Korea has not said it blew up launch sites.
While the agreement fell short of outlining concrete measures that would lead to Kim giving up his nuclear weapons program - the stated long-term goal of US negotiators - it gave Trump and Kim a piece of paper to point to as a sign of progress and a symbol of goodwill.
"How can Kim love his people if he's killing them?" the reporter asked Trump.
Rice went on to deem Trump's agreement to suspend large-scale military exercises with South Korea a victory for Kim. I think Donald Trump needs to understand the difference there.
During his meeting with Pompeo, Xi emphasized support for China's "dual suspension" proposal in which North Korean steps toward denuclearization would be met with reductions or an end to joint U.S.
Trump and Kim signed a one-page letter at their meeting in Singapore announcing the intent to denuclearize the Korean Peninsula. "The people of Asia feel safe and right now, the people from all over the world feel much safer than the days before I was president", Trump said.
Trump's Sunday morning tweet wasn't the first time in the last week that he accidentally told the truth about the North Korea situation.
"Kim is clever. He is using this moment to sanitize his global image", she said.
"You are about to see something on the Fox News that has never happened, we believe, in the history of White House reporting", reporter Steve Doocy said live on air.
North Korea has perpetuated human rights abuses for decades.
And Trump, who declared on Twitter that North Korea is "no longer" a nuclear threat following the summit, told reporters he has "solved that problem". Human rights groups estimate that as many as 70,000 Christians are now held in inhumane conditions in prison camps in North Korea, where they are killed and occasionally publicly executed for their faith.