President Trump Meets With North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un Again To Discuss Denuclearization; Talks Fail To Produce Results; Trump Calls Kim “A Real Leader” And Says He Likes Him

 In International Relations, North Korea   Last Updated: March 2, 2019

President Trump and North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un met in Hanoi, Vietnam on February 27, 2019 to discuss denuclearization of North Korea in exchange for lifting of economic sanctions.

The summit ended earlier than expected “with talks collapsing amid slightly differing accounts of why both leaders walked away without an agreement or a clear plan on how to keep the dialogue alive.  The fundamental disagreements rested on the trade-offs between the United States providing relief from sanctions and North Korea’s steps to dismantle its nuclear weapons program.”

In an interview with Sean Hannity on Fox News, Trump called Kim “a real leader” and said “He likes me, I like him.”



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Philip Rucker , Simon Denyer and David Nakamura. "North Korea’s foreign minister says country seeks only partial sanctions relief." Washington Post, 28 February 2019. Web. 02 March 2019.
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