As if the earlier begging was not enough, it appears Kim wants to make sure that President Trump is aware of his efforts and desire to meet.
Trump - Trump's pullout is another example of why Washington can never be trusted - time and again agreeing to one thing, then doing something entirely different.
Trump - South Korean President Moon Jae-in was blindside by Trump's pullout, calling it "embarrassing and very regretful," a setback in pursuing peace and stability on the Korean peninsula, an objective never to be abandoned.
President Trump has yielded again to the neocons, announcing this morning that next month's historic summit with the North Korean leader is off. Trump was upset that the North Koreans got upset by the repeated threats of a "Libya model" for North Kor
North Korea - Coming weeks ahead of the scheduled summit alone surprised. Time and again it's clear. Washington virtually never negotiates in good faith - or pre-negotiates, as the pullout shows. Rare exceptions prove the rule.
President Donald Trump's diplomacy is under attack, and the enemy is within. National security advisor John Bolton, who served in the George W. Bush administration and supported wars in Iraq and Libya, is doing his best to sabotage Trump's progre
Facing diplomatic fallout from a previous aerial exercise near North Korea, the Trump Administration was all set to do it again this past week, planning a three-nation exercise with US B-52 bombers escorted by South Korean and Japanese planes.
It's got to be either one of the stupidest acts that I can recall or a very wicked plan by Washington neocons to sabotage Korean peace talks.
It's yet another symptom of Trump Derangement Syndrome
The comments come after Pyongyang on Wednesday threatened to pull out of the June 12 summit in Singapore with U.S. President Donald Trump, saying it might not attend if Washington continues to demand it unilaterally abandon its nuclear arsenal.
President Trump is fighting back against John Bolton's attempt to sabotage his peace talks with North Korea.
North Korea on Wednesday threatened to scrap a historic summit next month between its leader, Kim Jong Un, and U.S. President Donald Trump, saying it has no interest in a "one-sided" affair meant to pressure the North to abandon its nuclear weapo
Trumpistas and President Trump himself are undoubtedly pacing the floor over whether the president will receive his Nobel Prize for securing peace in Korea after all, given North Korea's threat yesterday to cancel the planned June 12 summit between
Kim Jong Un does not fancy being another Muammar Qaddafi.
"I wouldn't over-read what is going on here"
Update II: The Pentagon has denied reports that it had considered pulling B-52 bombers from military drills between the US and South Korea. According to the Pentagon, the bombers were never supposed to take part in the drills, the Washington Examiner
(Natural News) By this point, it's difficult to deny the fact that the New York Times is anything but a Trump-hating, left-wing publication that exists solely to tear down the conservative agenda. In a recent article titled "At a Key Moment, Trum
The US will have to assure North Korea it won't seek to undermine its leader Kim Jong-un, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has implied. That comes after years of slamming him as a dictator and squeezing his country with sanctions.
North Korea's Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced on Saturday that the communist regime would hold a ceremony on a date between May 23 and 25 to permanently shut down the Punggye-ri Nuclear Test Site, and journalists from five countries, includin
South Korea's SK Broadband announced the launch of its new 2.5Gbps (gigabit per second) high-speed internet service. the Giga Premium service is three times faster than the already fast South Korea internet services.
Update: It appears Yonhap made a mistake (or not) as President Trump has just tweeted that the date for the historic meeting will be June 12th...
President Trump greeted three American prisoners freed by North Korea on Thursday morning, marking a significant diplomatic milestone between the longtime adversaries.
President Donald Trump welcomed Americans Kim Hak Song, Kim Dong Chul, and Kim Sang-Duk home to the United States at Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland early Thursday after they were released by their North Korean captors.
Justin's note: An "Era of Peace" has begun.
Tim Shorrock returns to the show to discuss the encouraging developments on the Korean peninsula and the prospects for peace. Scott also takes the opportunity to give a brief history lesson on how the situation with North Korea got to this point (spo
Justin's note: An "Era of Peace" has begun.