A review of the president's relations with Xi Jinping, Vladimir Putin, Kim Jong-un, et al.
Kim Yo Jong, the sister of North Korea’s dictator Kim Jong Un, threatened to destroy the building in a statement Saturday, calling it “useless.”
North Korea's foreign minister said the U.S. has not followed through in its negotiations with the Communist nation.
“Demonstrators enraged by the extreme racists throng even to the White House,” read a statement in North Korean state newspaper Rodong Sinmun.
The co-defendants were charged with conspiracy, bank fraud, money laundering and operating a criminal enterprise.
North Korea has yet to explain Kim's absence.
South Korea’s unification minister said regarding the circulation of rumors that they amounted to an “infodemic.”
The president’s kid-glove treatment of the vicious Kim encourages the growth of North Korea’s nuclear program — and sends a terrible message to the world.
North Korea demanded that the U.S. “withdraw its hostile policy” toward the state or face the disintegration of an agreement reached at the summit.
Trump has elevated North Korea, flattered its leader, and made a command decision that could materially impair military readiness.