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North Korea agrees to ‘complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula' after Trump-Kim summit | Fox News
North Korea Agrees to ‘Complete Denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula’ After Trump-Kim Summit
“President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un signed a document on Tuesday stating that Pyongyang would work toward ‘complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula’ — a historic concession, which was one of the requirements the U.S. sought at the summit in Singapore,” Fox News reports. Chairman Kim also agreed to destroy a major missile testing site.
“The deal between President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un was met by world leaders with optimism and praise for the prospect of denuclearization,” Yaron Steinbuch writes in the New York Post. “At a train station in Seoul, people cheered and applauded as TV screens broadcast the Trump-Kim handshake live.”
Christian Whiton explains in Fox News what President Trump’s critics missed about his summit with Kim Jong Un. “President Trump got to this point by ignoring all the establishment experts,” Whiton writes. Unlike previous administrations, “President Trump and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo have insisted that North Korea undertake actual disarmament before real financial concessions or even sanctions relief.”
In the Washington Examiner, former Rep. Nan Hayworth writes that President Trump’s summit ends decades of failed American “patience” with North Korea. “For our 45th President, not ‘strategic patience’ but ‘strategic dynamism’ is the order of the day, every day, and in every respect.”
In CNBC, Evelyn Cheng reports that “small business optimism rose in May to its highest level in more than 30 years,” according to the National Federation of Independent Businesses. “Small business owners are continuing an 18-month streak of unprecedented optimism which is leading to more hiring and raising wages,” NFIB Chief Economist Bill Dunkelberg said in a statement.
Israel Ortega, spokesperson for The LIBRE Initiative, writes in the Washington Examiner that crucial progress is being made on “the president’s push to reduce recidivism (the rate at which formerly incarcerated individuals are sent back to prison).” Ortega explains that “we spend more than $80 billion a year keeping people in jail,” largely because of high incarceration rates.
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