National Security Adviser John Bolton says President Trump found North Korean leader Kim Jong Un was unwilling to take steps toward denuclearization.His comment on Sunday came after North Korea’s Vice Foreign Minister said the Trump administration created an atmosphere of hostility and mistrust that thwarted the Hanoi talks in February.
According to a new report, North Korea is continuing to secretly advance its nuclear program.
South Korean officials are warning North Korean leader Kim Jong-un about using nuclear weapons as leverage in deals with the U.S.
Increased activity around a second missile site in North Korea stokes concern over a possible launch in the near future.Newly released satellite images appear to show vehicles moving around a facility near Pyongyang, where the country assembles most of its ballistic missiles and rockets. It remains unclear at this point, if the possible launch would be for a missile or a satellite rocket.
President Trump is expressing concern over reports North Korea may be rebuilding its nuclear sites.
The U.S. is issuing renewed threats to increase sanctions on North Korea if Pyongyang fails to eliminate its nuclear program.
Despite failed negotiations during this year’s summit in Vietnam, National Security Adviser John Bolton reaffirms the meeting between President Trump and Kim Jong Un “was unquestionably a success.”During an interview on Sunday, Bolton defended the President in “protecting and advancing” American national interests while in Hanoi.
President Trump delivered a surprise speech to hundreds of troops in Alaska during an Air Force One refueling stop.
China is weighing in on the Vietnam summit between President Trump and Kim Jong Un, with hopes dialogue between the two nations will continue.