Watch Sean Hannity discuss the historic Singapore summit below and see his full interview with President Trump tonight at 9:00pm ET on Fox News Channel. The sides signed a four-point declaration, which includes a commitment to establishing bilateral relations, joining efforts to build peace and the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula.
In this January 2016 US Air Force handout photo, a US Air Force B-52 Stratofortress from Andersen Air Force Base, Guam, conducts a low-level flight in the vicinity of Osan Air Base, South Korea, in response to provocative action by North Korea.
On June 6, South Korea's Memorial Day, Moon said the return of the remains of missing Americans and the estimated 120,000 South Koreans also missing from the 1950-53 war was a top priority for the Trump-Kim summit.
"I really think that Otto is someone who did not die in vain".
Trump and Kim's joint pledge to work toward "complete denuclearisation of the Korean peninsula" was widely interpreted as failing to convince North Korea to accept Washington's definition that calls for Pyongyang to get rid of its arsenal.More news: Nabil Fekir: Liverpool target staying at Lyon, say Ligue 1 club
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Trump, who said that human rights did come up during the talks and that he would hold further conversations on the subject in the future, was responding to a journalist who asked how he could feel so comfortable calling Kim "talented" when the North Korean leader had had some of his own family members killed, starved his own people, and was responsible for Warmbier's death.
"We did sanctions and all of the things that you would do". What does Donald Trump want?
In a 2014 report, United Nations investigators said that 80,000 to 120,000 people were thought to be held in prison labour camps in North Korea. "I think we just need to continue to be concerned about whether or not North Korea is going to stand by its word". Now, it seems he's admitted that he sometimes "felt foolish" when harshly addressing North Korea and its Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un, but he also felt it was a necessary tactic to unite the two countries. We know where it is because of the heat.' It's incredible the equipment we have, to be honest with you.
Mintaro Oba, a former US State Department diplomat specialising in the Koreas, said the summit was more about style and symbolism.