Trump praises North Korea, criticizes trade with China

Trump praises North Korea, criticizes trade with China

Trump praises North Korea, criticizes trade with China

At the Singapore summit in June, President Donald Trump promised North Korean leader Kim Jong Un that he would sign a peace declaration officially ending the Korean War soon after their meeting.

"This logic is not easily understood by all", Hua said.

"We hope the U.S. can play a positive and constructive role in settling the issue just like the Chinese".

Trump did not level any threats against China, but said that trade disputes and other "differences" would be eventually be resolved between him and President Xi Jinping.

He added that China providing North Korea with a series of other "commodities" is "not helpful." . Trump said China was to blame for the aborted trip, alleging that Beijing was preventing denuclearisation by not acting, reported the South China Morning Post.

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Trump then seemed to take a more amicable tone as he said that - despite North Korea's current failure to return concessions - there is "no reason" right now to spend loads of money on United States military exercises with South Korea. It was announced earlier in the week by Secretary of Defense James Mattis that the exercises would resume.

China, North Korea's traditional ally and main trading partner, joined the U.S. in adopting tough worldwide sanctions against Pyongyang in 2017, which the Chinese government says it is still enforcing.

He said he needed to take a tough stance with Beijing on trade "because it was really not fair to our country", criticising his predecessors who "closed their eyes" to the issue. He also called China out for putting pressure on North Korea, criticizing the Chinese government's role in the crisis.

According to a Wednesday Vox report, this discordance between Trump and Pompeo has stalled diplomatic efforts with North Korea, as Kim feels that he's being yanked around and made to look foolish by the Americans reneging on their promises.

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