Published: Thu, June 14, 2018
Entertaiment | By Mabel Barber

Trump Declares North Korea ‘No Longer a Nuclear Threat’

Trump Declares North Korea ‘No Longer a Nuclear Threat’

"Just landed - a long trip, but everybody can now feel much safer than the day I took office".

Trump's rush to claim credit for the supposed disappearance of the North Korean nuclear threat may also give nations like China and Russian Federation an incentive to ease stringent implementation of the "maximum pressure" sanctions that helped bring Pyongyang to the table. He gave Kim Jong Un an audience with the president.

Trump received a 51 percent approval rating for his handling of North Korea and also led the list of leaders who should take the most credit for the summit and the joint pledge.

This distinction is important because it would give North Korea a loophole to argue that it does not need to allow inspectors into its facilities.

Only hours after Kim made a surprise appearance visiting popular tourist attractions in Singapore on Tuesday night, and posing for what is believed to be Kim's first public selfie, North Korea's Rodong Sinmun newspaper splashed 14 photos of the reclusive leader's travels across its front page.

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In another political win for President Xi Jinping, the declaration was effectively a tacit acceptance of the "freeze for freeze" proposal pushed by Beijing a halt to both US-South Korea joint drills and the North's weapons tests. "No longer - sleep well tonight!" "A lot of work", Mr. Trump said of the summit.

When Singaporean Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong visited the worldwide media center for the summit at F1 Pit Building on Sunday, he said it will cost the city state "around 20 million Singaporean dollars" (W16.1 billion, US$1=W1,078) to host the "historic summit".

Following the summit, Trump told reporters during a news conference in Singapore that Kim agreed to "destroying a major missile engine testing site" and that it would be done "very soon", without elaborating further on which testing site or timing.

However, in the joint statement signed by the USA and North Korea, it only says that the country is committed to "working toward complete denuclearization".

South Korea's President Moon Jae-in played a critical part in bringing about the Singapore summit, patching things up when the meeting threatened to founder amid a return to mutual mudslinging.

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