North Korea cancelled talks with South Korea and is considering canceling the summit between Kim Jong-un and President Trump over the U.S-South Korean military drills.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said if North Korea eliminates its nuclear weapons, we will relieve sanctions, leading to investment in the country by U.S. entrepreneurs.
President Trump announced: “The highly anticipated meeting between Kim Jong Un and myself will take place in Singapore on June 12th.”
Trump's Warning to Iran Brings Up Question: Is It Possible to "Start" a Nuclear Program if Iran Already Has One?Written by C. Mitchell Shaw
In a statement about his decision to withdraw the United States from the Iran nuclear deal signed by President Obama in 2015, President Trump issued a stern warning that “there will be very severe consequences” were the Islamic theocracy to “start their nuclear program” again. But given that at least one major premise upon which the president chose to scrap the deal is that — according to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu — Iran has continued its program to develop nuclear weapons, Trump’s choice of words leads one to wonder: Is it possible to “start” something that is ostensibly ongoing?
Early Thursday President Trump and wife Melania, Vice President Pence and wife Karen, and Secretary of State Pompeo waited at the bottom of the stairs of the airplane carrying three freed prisoners from North Korea’s communist dictatorship.
In keeping another campaign promise, President Trump pulled the United States out of the Iran nuclear agreement on Tuesday, four days ahead of the deadline. Besides ending U.S. involvement in the deal, Trump signed off on reimposing previous sanctions on Iran and said the United States will impose new sanctions on any country that helps Iran develop a nuclear program.
The Pentagon has accused China’s military in Djibouti of targeting U.S. pilots in the area with blinding laser weapons.
It's clearly evident that the globalists who run the CFR and its publication Foreign Affairs are antagonistic to President Trump.
Would Americans and Europeans allow white South Africans to seek asylum, or would they be stymied by charges of racism?
Senator Rand Paul has dropped his opposition to President Trump’s nomination of CIA Director Mike Pompeo as secretary of state, and voted to support Pompeo’s nomination.
President Trump said that Senator Rand Paul has never let him down, but Paul is still unlikely to back away from his oppostion to Trump's choice of Mike Pompeo for secretary of state.