What we don't know about the Singapore summit

President Trump, in an interview with Fox News' Bret Baier, indicated he is willing to set aside concerns over Kim Jong Un's human rights abuses in pursuit of a denuclearization deal but said he will only consider recent USA efforts a success if North Korea actually gives up its nuclear weapons. One moment. One choice.

Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) summed it up Tuesday morning on my radio program this way: "The Singapore Summit ... was a positive step". And the proof of the pudding will be in the eating in those coming months. Does Kim Jong Un follow through on his commitment to denuclearize in a way that is verifiable and irreversible?

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"We had it made up", the president said. "Saying something like that, it's kind of a.it just makes you wonder about everything", Smith said.

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President Trump speaks out about the summit to Bret Baier. And about the summit they both echoed in various ways the famous Ronald Reagan formulation: "Trust, but verify". Yes, kind words, yes, they're meeting.

According to the menu, which was provided by the White House, Trump and Kim Jong-un feasted on prawns, fresh octopus and Korean stuffed cucumber to start, and were fed beef short ribs, sweet and sour pork with fried rice and soy-braised cod fish for the main course. Now, it seems he's admitted that he sometimes "felt foolish" when harshly addressing North Korea and its Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un, but he also felt it was a necessary tactic to unite the two countries. He also blamed previous administrations for remaining silent in the face of North Korea's sharp rhetoric.

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