"It shows what a weak negotiator the president is and how unlikely we are to ultimately get an agreement that's good for us", Murphy told IJR "They made no concessions, we made an enormous concession - so much for the art of the deal".
In a formal statement, White said the Pentagon welcomed "the positive news coming out of the summit and fully supports the ongoing, diplomatically-led efforts with the Democratic People's Republic of Korea".
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu congratulated US President Donald Trump after his summit on Tuesday with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and said Washington's policy on Iran was also succeeding. But Trump faced sharp questions at home about whether he got little and gave away much - including a promise to stop US military exercises with South Korea. And in a press conference following the bilateral meeting, President Trump indicated that sanctions could possibly come off at some point.
"Yesterday's photo op doesn't change the fact that a nuclear-armed North Korea is a threat to the security of the United States, our allies, and the world". It's also not clear what "protections" Trump pledged to Kim and his government.
Leon Sigal: For development to happen, the most fundamental thing they need is a calm atmosphere where they can reallocate internal resources.
The vice president commended Trump on his success thus far with North Korea, speaking of that country's participation in the Winter Olympics, the suspension of all ballistic missile testing and, recently, the release of three American hostages.
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The Singapore accord basically amounts to an agreement to continue talks.
Warmbier, 22, was a student at the University of Virginia when he was arrested in North Korea in January 2016 for allegedly stealing a propaganda poster.
-South Korea military exercises, which he and North Korea both called provocative. "For them, the days became weeks, and the weeks became months, then years, and now, sadly, decades", the letter said.
Trump is being hailed for his meeting with the North Korean leader. "The complete, verifiable, and irreversible denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula, as enshrined in us law and multiple United Nations Security Council resolutions, must be the only goal". Dems lack heir apparent this time MORE said he left Singapore early after his summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un because there "was nothing more" that could have been accomplished.
North Korea is believed to have more than 50 nuclear warheads, with its atomic program spread across more than 100 sites.