Kim Jong Un Wants to Sign Peace Treaty With Trump: South Korea MediaChris Menahan
Mar. 12, 2018
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Will Donald Trump bring peace to the East?
Kim Jong Un wants to sign a peace treaty after meeting with U.S. President Donald Trump, South Korean media reported, reviving a long-held goal of the North Korean regime.I really can't see Kim giving up his nukes without an assurance he won't get the Saddam/Gaddafi treatment. That's not an unreasonable request.
Trump said Saturday he thinks their meeting will "go very well."
"I think North Korea should go very well. I think we're going to have tremendous success. It's going to be something very special," Trump told reporters. "We have a lot of support. So I think North Korea is going to go very well. They promised they wouldn't be shooting off missiles in the mean time and they're looking to de-nuke. So that would be great."
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