Trump expecting to receive letter from North Korea's Kim


Lincoln's Gettysburg Address was ridiculed by the "fake news" Trump thanks North Korea's Kim for promise to denuclearize during his tenure No NFL players visibly kneel during season opener MORE told reporters aboard Air Force One on Friday that he is expecting a new letter from North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.

Kim Jong Un of North Korea proclaims "unwavering faith in President Trump". "I think it's going to be a positive letter".

The two leaders have traded correspondence as they negotiate over North Korea's nuclear program and Trump has also praised Kim on social media.

Chung is said to have delivered a message from Trump to Kim during his visit and come back with a message for Trump from the North Korean leader.

Kim also voiced his continuing trust in Trump, according to Seoul's envoy - which prompted the USA president to tweet out his thanks to the North Korean leader and vow to "get it done together". Kim reportedly expressed a commitment to denuclearization efforts and said he hoped to wrap up the issue by the end of Trump's first term.

However, there has been no indication that Kim has offered more concrete steps toward giving up his nuclear weapons and some US officials privately doubt he is willing to abandon the arsenal.

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"We will not allow North Korea to undermine global cybersecurity to advance its interests and generate illicit revenues in violation of our sanctions", Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said in a statement.

In a move that will irk North Korea, the U.S. Justice Department announced charges against North Korean computer programmer Park Jin Hyok in connection with several major cyberattacks, including the hack of Sony Pictures Entertainment in 2014, a February 2016 cyber-enabled fraudulent transfer of $81 million from Bangladesh Bank and the WannaCry ransomware attack in May 2017.

South Korea's Yonhap news agency reported that generals from the United States and North Korea met on Friday at the Korean border to discuss the recovery of the remains of US service members killed in the Korean War. "There's been some rhetoric, let's see what happens", Trump said.

The newly appointed US special envoy for North Korea will make his first diplomatic trip overseas next week in the Trump administration's latest effort to press for progress in uncertain denuclearization talks.

The development followed a recent halt in negotiations between Washington and Pyongyang.

"The withdrawal of the USA forces, the end of the US military presence and domination is the demand of the Korean nation and the irresistible trend of the times", it said.