Kim Jong-un Blew Off Mike Pompeo to Visit a Potato Farm

S. Korea approves rare screening of N. Korea films

Kim Jong Un snubbed Mike Pompeo for potato farm visit, state media suggests

Warner highlighted the June 12 summit document from Mr. Trump and Kim in which Kim reaffirmed his commitment towards complete denuclearization, Pompeo's comment earlier this week that the USA had "detailed, substantive" conversations about total denuclearization, and Mr. Trump's tweet after the summit in Singapore declaring "there is no longer a nuclear threat from North Korea".

But given the harsh statements from Pyongyang following Pompeo's trip last week - the North Korean Foreign Ministry blasted Washington's stance on denuclearization as "gangster-like" - it's possible that it's gonna be a long, long time.

"I actually do have a little gift for him but you'll find out what that gift is when I give him", Trump said.

KCNA, the official North Korean news agency, put out several detailed reports about Kim's trip, according to multiple reports.

On Weibo, China's twitter-like microblogging platform, one user asked "why is the United States - a country so far away - keeping an eye on the North Korea's denuclearization progress?"

South Korean President Moon Jae-in and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un meet in the truce village of Panmunjom inside the demilitarized zone separating the two Koreas, South Korea, April 27, 2018. "But, it seems that the USA misunderstood our goodwill and patience".

And the U.S. -North Korea denuclear dealings will be decoupled from the Sino-U.S. trade fight, according to professor Wang.

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Kim has met Xi twice in the lead-up to his June summit with Trump and the third to brief Xi on the outcome of the talks.

State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert told reporters in Tokyo on Saturday that the only thing Pompeo left behind in Pyongyang was a letter from Trump to Kim. He repeated that the United States would not push for any sanctions relief until after North Korea proved its nuclear program no longer existed and could not be rehabilitated.

Wang, in addition, disagreed that Kim is planning on a second summit with Trump in Switzerland as he said such a summit isn't in the interests of either country.

On Monday, Trump addressed the dispute on Twitter.

Pompeo himself reportedly laughed when asked about the CD last week but did not confirm or deny the South Korean newspaper report.

What Pyongyang really wants is a four-party meeting with South Korea, China and the United States, the professor said.

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