North Korea is claiming that it has demolished its nuclear testing site.
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Secretary of State Mike Pompeo spoke out on the now canceled summit between President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo reaffirmed the Trump administration’s commitment to denuclearization of North Korea, citing it as the top national security priority.
President Trump expresses confidence the summit with Kim Jong Un will happen, but said it may be delayed.
GOP Senator Lindsay Graham speaks out on resolving the threat North Korea poses to the U.S.
During an interview today, Graham noted the president is intent on dealing with North Korea in his first term and will not be played during his upcoming summit with Kim Jong-Un.
North Korea is banning a list of South Korean journalists from attending the dismantlement of its nuclear test site. On Friday, South Korea’s unification minister announced that Pyongyang declined to accept a list of the country’s reporters slated to attend next month’s event. The latest agitation from Pyongyang has left experts wondering if eliminating the test site will even happen.
President Trump is continuing his efforts to denuclearize the Korean peninsula as he offers Kim Jong Un — “protections” — if he hands over his nuclear weapons.
South Korea said it hopes to continue talks with the north, even after the rogue regime canceled a planned summit between both nations.
Dr. Victoria Coates, Senior Director of Strategic Assessments of the president’s National Security Council, told One America News that the administration made no concession in order to obtain the release of the three Americans previously being held by the North Korean regime. Dr. Coates also said there were no promise of concessions immediately following the release or leading up to the June 12th Summit between President Trump and Kim Jong Un in Singapore.