Trump Wants to Be Treated Like North Korea Chief Kim Jong

Trump Wants to Be Treated Like North Korea Chief Kim Jong

The president gestured to the White House when he made the comment about "my people", implying that he was referring to those who report to him directly - not USA citizens as a whole.

Pressed on that record, Trump demurred.

He also continued to bash former FBI Director James Comey, who was the subject of a report released Thursday by the Justice Department's inspector general.

During his Fox interview, Trump showered praise on Kim and said "it's great to give him credibility".

"Trust is a tricky word", she said, "but I think my president has confidence that he has decided and he is determined to deliver on the new course that he has set for his own country". "It says he will denuclearize". In May, after North Korea criticised his vice-president, Mike Pence, Trump said the summit was cancelled. "Of course you got to agree to meet. You're gonna have nuclear war, that's what you're going to have".

"North Korea is an unimaginable country", she said. "How can you do that?"

"I don't want to see a nuclear weapon destroy you and your family", he told reporters during an impromptu question-and-answer session at the White House.

Trump met Kim for the first time Tuesday at an unprecedented summit in Singapore.

"[Kim] speaks and his people sit up in attention", Trump said while appearing on a wild interview with Fox & Friends' Steve Doocy.

"But more importantly than the document, I have a good relationship with Kim Jong Un", he said, adding that they have "great chemistry together".

"We are especially concerned with the North Korean military, which operates as secret police, punishing all forms of dissent", U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said in a statement.

The US has insisted its alliance with Seoul - which has always said the drills are essential - is "iron clad".

Trump also said meeting with Kim was important.

The president also touted North Korea's demolition of its nuclear test site at Punggye-ri, its suspension of ballistic missile tests, and its release of three United States hostages as victories for the US.

Mr Trump challenged the criticism of the vague joint statement, and said North Korea had started returning the remains of USA soldiers missing during the Korean War.

During the unexpected briefing, the Republican president blamed the Democrats for the separation of families at the USA border and said, "I hate to see separation of parents and children", but that the "Democrats forced that law upon our nation".

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