“It’s a common courtesy, when a military official from another government salutes, that you return” the salute, White House press secretary Sarah Sanders said at a press briefing on Thursday. He gave us a lot. You haven’t had missiles flying over Japans, ‘ he said.
Despite Israeli officials, including Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, praising the summit as an “important step” in denuclearizing North Korea, the reported document said there were “significant gaps” between the United States’ tough stances before the meeting and parts of the agreement signed Tuesday by Trump and Kim.
‘I can’t speak to that.
“They are already starting to produce the remains of these great young soldiers”, he said.
This was then compounded, in Green’s view, by Trump’s dubious assertion on Twitter that North Korea no longer poses a nuclear threat. “I want my people to do the same”.
But the USA and North Korean accounts tell a different story from that offered at the summit – of two sides that appear as far apart as ever. “What I’ve done, if you remember, if you’re fair, which most of you aren’t, but if you are fair, but when I came in, people thought we were probably going to war with North Korea”.
The US has insisted its alliance with Seoul – which has always said the drills are essential – is “iron clad”.
Wang described the Trump-Kim meeting in Singapore as having “great historic significance” that could lead to lasting peace.
Though US secretary of state Mike Pompeo admitted later there was still “a lot of work left to do” and that Washington wanted to see “major disarmament” in the next two years.
“The event was clearly a good photo op for both leaders, but the top goal from the US perspective was reducing the nuclear threat posed by Kim’s regime”.
That summit – where South Korean President Moon Jae-in met Kim Jong-un at the border – ended in the Panmunjom Declaration, calling for joint efforts to ease military tensions on the peninsula.
“No, he called them war games”, host Katy Tur replied.
Trump later told a reporter he was being sarcastic.
“They need the lifting of the economic sanctions as well as some assistance from the outside because they want to boost their economy and revive their economy”, he said. “I don’t say he was nice or say anything about it”. “I saved a lot of money”.