Trump Releases Document He and KJU Signed – Read It Here
The media was wildly speculating on what was in the joint agreement between President Donald Trump and North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un in the hours after it was signed on Sentosa Island in Singapore.
Would it include complete denuclearization? What had been given away to the North Koreans?
So, Trump decided to silence all of the speculation and release the document.
Critics will emphasize that there might be some weaknesses in the wording.
Although the negotiations happened in only one day, there is little concrete in the document, which has many vagaries, although it’s likely that the Trump administration will steadily push for denuclearization over the coming months.
Two things that Trump mentioned in his news conference — the dismantling of a missile engine test site on North Korea’s side and the cessation of joint military drills with South Korea on the United States’ side — were not officially mentioned in the document.
It’s also unclear what kind of pledges the United States gave North Korea in terms of the country’s security.
According to Fox News, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo did not comment Monday on whether pledges of security would include the withdrawal of U.S. troops.
That said, it got Kim’s signature on a U.S. document that pledged his country to “complete denuclearization,” which is pretty big, considering his eccentricities.
There were also a number of North Korean concessions we couldn’t have expected before the conference, particularly the repatriation of POW/MIAs.
President Trump and his team well proud of them all.
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I only listen to the left MSM to amuse myself as they whine.