(Worthy News) - President Trump’s team ramped up preparations Tuesday for a summit with North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un, providing the most promising signals yet that the on-again, off-again meeting is back on, and fueling new optimism that a denuclearization deal is in the works.
Mr. Trump heralded progress toward the Singapore summit and applauded North Korea’s “solid response” to his letter last week in which he canceled the June 12 summit.
Later Tuesday, the White House called it the “expected summit” and detailed the extensive effort to lay the groundwork for a deal for North Korea to give up nuclear weapons. [ Source: Washington Times (Read More...) ]
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