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Not quite!   KCNA via BBC Monitoring

"I did a great job this weekend".

'One broadcast said: "He gave up so much,"' Trump vented. He went even further, repeating his desire to pull USA troops out of Korea (although not immediately) and emphasizing his desire to save money by so doing.

He also said he would eventually like to bring USA troops home from South Korea, adding, "That's not part of the equation. You haven't had missiles flying over Japan", he said.

'He gave us the remains of our great heroes, ' Trump said, nothing North Korea has pledged to return remains of USA soldiers from the Korean war.

"He speaks and his people sit up at attention", the President added. "I can only speak to the fact that we signed an incredible agreement". "They have a great fervor".

The Global Times, an influential Chinese state-run newspaper, said in an editorial that the time was right to consider "an appropriate reduction of the sanctions" against North Korea.

When an unidentified reporter asked him why he was "defending Kim Jong Un's human rights records", Trump responded, "You know why?"

"I have never seen an American president salute an officer of another military, let alone a military that acts as a brutal enforcer of human slavery and very bad prison camps in a gulag across its nation", said James Stavridis, a retired Navy admiral who served as the top North Atlantic Treaty Organisation commander.

'I don't want to see a nuclear weapon destroy you and your family. I mean, he's clearly executing people.

'When I came in people thought we were probably going to war with North Korea.

All this might have been an acceptable cost for achieving the US goal: to get Kim to commit specifically to shedding his nuclear weapons within a reasonable time frame, in a verifiable fashion. Here's what we get: "everything".

Regarding North Korea's declaration of its nuclear program to denuclearize, the six-party talks' joint statement in October 2007 confirmed Pyongyang's agreement to "provide a complete and correct declaration of all its nuclear programs" by the end of the year.

Earlier this month, U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said the status of U.S. troops in South Korea would not be on the table during the meeting between Trump and Kim.

"We're going to continue to discuss the issue between the South and the USA and between the South and the North if necessary", the official said. Trump's announcement that he would halt the exercises appeared to catch Pentagon officials unaware and they initially said there was no change to planned exercises. He can now call me if he has any difficulty; I can now call him. "Now we're getting it memorialized and all but that problem is largely solved".

"President Trump is trying to be a peacemaker", Steve Bannon said in an exclusive interview with ABC News Chief White House Correspondent Jonathan Karl on "This Week" Sunday. "I guess they're using that as another sound bite". Only 4 percent of Republicans were willing to say it wasn't a success. I saved lot of money.

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