Trump’s Deal with North Korea Fell Apart over Denuclearization

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President Trump ended his talks with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un two hours early as North Korea wanted all sanctions lifted entirely while refusing to fully remove all nukes from the country, as Kim views its nuclear arsenal as a guarantor of its security and the way it will be able to preserve its hermit kingdom.

President Donald Trump abruptly ended his talks with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un two hours early over disagreements on denuclearization in Hanoi Thursday.

The summit’s abrupt end marks a disappointing conclusion to what Trump hoped would be a signature achievement and contribution to his foreign policy legacy. White House officials said before the beginning of the summit that the overarching goal of the summit was to agree upon a common definition of denuclearization.

At Trump’s first June 2018 summit with the North Korean leader, the two countries signed a memorandum agreeing in principle to begin a denuclearization process.

The previous summit’s main achievement was securing a cooling period in tensions between the United States and North Korea, which ratcheted up early in Trump’s presidential term, but the president wanted to build upon good relations and establish concrete actions the North Koreans must take.

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