Pundits Lament Poor Results of U.S.-N.Korea Summit

Share

"#Cuba #obama shakes hand with dictator Raul Castro. next shakes hands with NK dictator Kim Un Jung?"

Rodman appeared on CNN Monday night to talk as an expert about the relationship between North Korea and the United States.

Rodman says he tried to deliver the message to Obama, but was met with rejection.

"It feels like there is a big change coming with this", she said.

Following the meeting between United States president Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un in Singapore, China's foreign minister Wang Yi hailed China's "indisputable" role in the process. And I believed North Korea and when I came home, I couldn't even go home. Trump agreed to provide "security guarantees" to North Korea, and both countries agreed to renew relations and meet again. "Regarding the peace mechanism, I want to say China is an important party to the Korean Peninsula affairs and also signatory to the Armistice treaty. He did such a smart thing, and I feel so badly about Otto Warmbier, that was the one thing thing", Trump continued. I had no one to hear me, no one to see me, but I knew it.

That said, CNN's Chris Cuomo interviewed him last night - and to say the least, it was interesting.

Young men watched the Trump-Kim summit with heightened anticipation.

More news: Burger chains slam IHOP for name change to 'IHOb'
More news: 'Fox & Friends' Anchor Freudian Slips, Calls Trump a 'Dictator'
More news: Bitcoin tumbles as hackers hit South Korean exchange Coinrail

The VFW sent President Trump a letter before the summit urging him to take up the issue of American remains with Kim.

Mr Rodman arrived in Singapore wearing a T-shirt promoting PotCoin, which has sponsored his travel to North Korea in the past.

Kim and Trump are continuing talks before the duo are set to have lunch before concluding their talks.

Ahead of the summit with Kim, speculation persisted that the two sides might discuss withdrawing the USA troops from the South, as Pyongyang has called for the pullout as a key signal to the end of Washington's "hostile" policy to it.

Dennis Rodman is a basketball Hall of Famer, but we have to wonder what his odds are of getting a Nobel Peace Prize in the future.

The statement comes just hours after Trump and Kim's historic summit on North Korean nuclear weapons. Joni Ernst, R-Iowa. "We have done these exercises for years with the South Koreans and so I would just ask the president, why do we need to suspend them?" "No hatred. No more hatred".

Share