President Trump calls attention to the lack of media coverage regarding the progress in relations with North Korea.
South Korea’s President Moon Jae-in said he is confident North Korea will follow through on promises it made at the Singapore summit.
President Trump declares great progress is being made with North Korea.
North Korea may soon allow the U.S. to resume the search for the remains of thousands of American service members killed in the Korean War.
Lawmakers are asking what comes next if talks between the U.S. and North Korea break down, and are looking back to pre-summit practices.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo arrives in Japan after wrapping up two days of talks with senior officials in North Korea. On Saturday Pompeo briefed reporters about his time in Pyongyang saying, progress was made “on almost all of the central issues” but there’s still more work to be done. The secretary of state said, he spent “a good deal of time” talking about a denuclearization timeline and missile facilities.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is in Pyongyang to discuss the next steps toward denuclearization following the summit in Singapore.
Japan is pushing for a meeting with North Korea, following President Trump’s landmark summit in Singapore. One America’s Kendra Sitton has the report.
President Trump tells OAN that the original June 12 date is still on the table for a possible NK Summit and that the two countries are once again communicating.