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Despite US concessions, Trump’s Singapore summit played well with voters

17 June 2018

Following the historic summit with top DPRK leader Kim Jong Un, Trump said in Singapore Tuesday that he would stop the US war games with South Korea as it is inappropriate to stage such "provocative" military drills under the situations he and Kim reached a comprehensive deal. Since the summit, Trump has called Kim "tough" for the way he runs his country. "Meeting with Kim Jong Un was an interesting and very positive experience". US officials said it is unclear what types of training involving USA and South Korean troops might constitute "war games" Trump wants halted. Following a one-on-one meeting and subsequent negotiations in an expanded format, the leaders signed a document showing their commitment to establish new bilateral relations and build a lasting peace on the Korean Peninsula. "I would not be sitting in this place", Park told Hill.TV's Krystal Ball about Kim loving his people.

"It is North Korea - through its nuclear and missile programs, aggressive behavior and egregious human rights violations - that poses the greatest threat to peace", he said. But earlier this year, Trump accused China of continuing to conduct and support cyber intrusions into USA computer networks "to gain access to valuable business information so Chinese companies can copy products", costing the economy "hundreds of billions of dollars" annually.

When pressed by a reporter as to what he meant by this remark, Trump insisted, "I'm kidding". Asked whether or not the North Korean leader could be trusted, Kang said it was complicated.

Citing multiple government sources, the paper said officials from the two countries had been in contact several times in recent months to negotiate a possible meeting between the two leaders.

Trump previously admired North Korea's propaganda channel for lavishing praise on Kim.

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They also suggest Americans may not be familiar with key facts about the summit; according to Monmouth, for instance, less than half of those polled knew Trump had agreed to cease military exercises with South Korea in a major concession to Kim. Don't let anyone think anything different. "I said, 'Why aren't we being reimbursed?" he said, responding to questions on the criticism he is facing on his decision to stop military exercises with South Korea.

"Now we're getting it memorialized and all, but that problem is largely solved". That's the good thing, not a bad thing, said the United States president. "He gave us a lot", the President added. "Once again his press team is trying to catch up to him", said GOP consultant Alex Conant.

"Despite Trump's declarations about quick changes expected in North Korea's policy, the way to substantive change - if that ever comes - is still long and slow", the report warned.

"Well, I'm going to speak to people in North Korea, and I'm going to speak to my people who are over in North Korea". Days after the summit, DHS sent a fresh notice describing malware variants used by North Korea.

Despite US concessions, Trump’s Singapore summit played well with voters