Trump’s right, let’s all give peace a chance

Trump’s right, let’s all give peace a chance

Trump’s right, let’s all give peace a chance

Among the subjects President Donald Trump apparently didn't discuss with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in Singapore - the regime's human rights abuses, its exports of missile technology and its mistreatment of USA prisoners - there's one more: its long record of risky cyberattacks against sensitive targets in the US and allied nations.

The president told Bret Baier on Fox News, "When you take over a country - a tough country, tough people - and you take it over from your father, I don't care who you are, what you are, how much of an advantage you have".

During the interview, the subject of Trump's recent Singapore summit with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un arose.

"The summit was more show than substance, what the Texans call 'all cattle, no hat, '" Schumer said, mistaking the phrasing of the expression.

The results of the Singapore meeting, at which Kim and Trump signed a pledge "to work towards complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula", have been greeted with skepticism by many observers. Though there is a possibility of direct communication between Trump and Kim, it may not necessarily be made in the manner of a "direct phone call", the source added.

Some of Trump's domestic critics condemned his decision to halt what the president calls "war games" with South Korea - using a pejorative term for military drills that USA officials have previously rejected. The North Korean leader starves many of his citizens, sentences opponents to labor camps and executes people he perceives as threats to his power, including assassinating family members.

In the run-up to the summit, US and Korean negotiators were wrestling over whether North Korea would make a substantial pledge of denuclearization up front, including details of its nuclear program and a timeline for dismantling it.

But experts, many of whom remain skeptical Kim will give up his nuclear program, have expressed concern that Trump conceded too much.

But there is no indication that the two leaders discussed cybersecurity, worrying experts who warn that North Korea's cyberwarfare capabilities pose an immediate threat to USA interests that warrant high-level attention.

And money - especially the way Trump thinks the rest of the world takes advantage of the USA - was a theme the U.S. president returned to repeatedly in the post-summit press conference.

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Around 8 a.m. on Friday, Trump tweeted that the morning talk show was on the White House front lawn.

"I have solved that problem", Trump said.

"I mean he's the strong head, don't let anyone think anything different", Trump said in an appearance on Fox & Friends.

"We have been basing our policy on the basis that the U.S.is a credible partner", said Ichiro Fujisaki, a former Japanese ambassador to the United States.

"We have a really great relationship for the first time ever", Trump said.

Addressing Trump's comments that he wishes Americans revered him in the way he thinks North Koreans living in their totalitarian state revere Kim, Reid read from a Schwartz tweet stating Trump has a "severe personality disorder" that "reporters don't know how to handle".

Now that China has successfully brought itself back into the negotiations, it could use its position for leverage in other areas of its relationship with the USA, he said.

The Post-ABC poll was conducted last Wednesday through Friday among a random national sample of 495 adults reached on landlines and mobile phones.

Kyodo News reported Thursday that Fumio Shimizu, deputy director general at the Foreign Ministry's Asian and Oceanian Affairs Bureau, met this week with a North Korean official affiliated with the "disarmament and peace research institute" at Pyongyang's foreign ministry.

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