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June 15, 2018

Trump joked after watching North Korean state-run television that not even Fox News praises him as much as the female anchor in North Korea praised Kim, a source told The Post.

And while North Korean state media had claimed that Mr Trump and Mr Kim agreed to "step-by-step" actions - an apparent euphemism for phased sanctions relief in exchange for phased denuclearisation - Mr Pompeo ruled that out.

"When we refer to the mistakes of the past". "Only then will there be relief from the sanctions". That is not going to happen.

"As the president has already publicly stated. he did bring up human rights abuses of the North Korean regime", White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders told reporters at a briefing on Thursday.

Trump obviously didn't get the memo that US presidents salute USA military service members, although they aren't required to, but don't generally salute foreign military members.

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The UK prime minister expressed disappointment over U.S. decision to tax steel and aluminum imports from the European Union. The EU has already said it will announce countermeasures against Trump's metals tariffs on July 1.

The three-way meeting comes as USA allies and South Korea seek more details about Trump's unprecedented nuclear summit with Kim in Singapore on Tuesday and what's next for US nuclear negotiations with the North.

It's possible North Korean officials during the talks at the border village of Panmunjom will seek a firm commitment from the South on stopping its military drills with the United States.

However, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi did not answer a question on this directly at their press conference yesterday, but said instead that China stood ready to play a constructive role in the denuclearisation process.

Despite Pompeo's insistence that sanctions would hold until denuclearization occurred, he offered few details on how the complex process of complete, verifiable and irreversible denuclearization would be implemented.

Trump's comment on suspending joint exercises with Seoul have caught South Korea's Defense Ministry and USA forces in Korea off guard.

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Tokyo has reacted with concern at Trump's surprise announcement that military exercises with South Korea are to be halted, saying that such drills are "vital" for East Asian security.

"This is a matter that military officials from South Korea and the United States will have to discuss further and coordinate", Ms Kang said. A professor at the University of Notre Dame, Michael Desch, who has written about the civilian leadership of the US military, wasn't too concerned about the salute, although it seemed unusual to him. -South Korean military alliance remains strong, and they will continue to closely consult on all joint security decisions. Regarding the alliance, we are dealing with all the issues under the premise that we maintain the ironclad joint defense posture. "When a military official from another government salutes. you return that", Sanders said.

"At this moment, we need to figure out President Trump's accurate meaning and intention" on the exercises, said a statement from the office of South Korean President Moon Jae-in, CNN reported.

That has given Secretary of State Mike Pompeo a lot of explaining to do in conversations with global leaders in both South Korea and China.

"Anything you negotiate with North Korea will have to come to Congress for our approval", Graham said.

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The administration's argument is that the incremental approach used by past administrations has allowed North Korea to extract rewards and incentives from the USA, only to ultimately renege and refuse to give up its nukes.

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