Yesterday Trump informed North Korean Chairman Kim Jong-un that he was cancelling the summit, saying that the “tremendous anger and open hostility” of Choe’s statement had ruined the chance to meet on the planned date.
Over the weekend, we learned that the White House Military Office had minted a coin for the upcoming summit between President Donald Trump and North Korean Chairman of the State Affairs Committee Kim Jong-un.
With the summit in Singapore looming, North Korean military leaders are criticizing planned U.S.-South Korea military exercises. They may realizing that a sudden onset of peace threatens their lifestyle.
The historic meeting Friday between Republic of Korea President Moon Jae-in and Democratic People’s Republic of Korea Chairman Kim Jong-un continues to confound and perplex the world’s security analysts.