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President Donald Trump said he viewed North Korea's missile tests "differently" from his adviser John Bolton and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.
White House reportedly tried to provide a ‘cover story’ for Trump after his bizarre North Korea tweet
Trump tried to rollback new sanctions but was blocked by his own administration, and the White House claimed he'd been talking about future sanctions.
National Security Adviser John Bolton said his opinion ‘doesn’t matter’ when asked whether he trusts Kim Jong Un’s account of ...
"I am not the national security decision-maker. That's his view," said National Security Adviser John Bolton, referring to President Donald Trump.
Trump says he was ‘misinterpreted’ after criticism over taking Kim Jong Un’s ‘word’ on Otto Warmbier’s death
Warmbier was returned to the US after 17 months of captivity in North Korea, but he was in a vegetative state and died soon after.
Trump’s second North Korea meeting ‘clearly is a failure’ as Kim Jong Un walks away with dangerous nuclear arsenal intact
Trump walked away from his summit with Kim Jong Un in Hanoi, Vietnam, earlier than expected and without a clear path to denuclearization.
North Korea's foreign minister said his government did not ask for full easing of sanctions, contradicting President Donald Trump's statements.
The news comes as the White House admits stalled progress on Pyongyang removing its nuclear weapons — the stated goal of the North Korean outreach.
Kim Jong Un says the country has already taken steps towards denuclearization and is eyeing the US to make the next move
The relationship between the US and North Korea remains uneasy, though both sides appear to be open to dialogue.
The US and North Korea are apparently in regular communication, engaging one another by phone, email, or message on an almost-daily basis even as each side expresses frustration with the other.
Weapons experts say Trump’s current plan to denuclearize North Korea is likely to fail — here’s what they think he should do instead...
The Trump administration says it wants to pursue a plan for complete, verifiable, and irreversible denuclearization with North Korea. Responding to the president's push for peace, experts on nuclear weapons drafted a three-step, 10-year plan.