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Trump disputes report on Trump-Kim relation in Wall Street Journal
17 January 2018, 02:58 | Floyd Cook
Russia Has Underwater Nuclear Drones, Leaked Pentagon Documents Reveal
"I was immensely surprised by how much they showed me and with the openness with which they showed and explained that to me", Hecker toldCBS during an interview. "Families all across Hawai'i were terrified that they and their loved ones were about to experience the horror of nuclear war, with just minutes to live".
American scientist Siegfried Hecker, who has seen the nuclear arsenal of North Korea, has said that Kim Jong-Un was extremely right about what he said regarding his weapons.
Both the newspaper, owned by Trump's friend Rupert Murdoch, and the White House released their own recordings of the same brief section of the interview to back up their positions.
White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders also criticized the paper, releasing on Twitter what she called the "official audio showing WSJ misquoting" Trump, along with an image with the words "fake news" in large red letters.
"The fact is that this is a disastrous course for the Korean peninsula and wider global community which the North Koreans are going [on], so every effort has got to be made now to ensure we get some success in turning this around". "If it was a search for a real way forward, you have the Chinese and the Russians at the table, the Japanese for that matter".
"I've been no fan of the tweets, the policy by tweets", Rice said.
But if he did, it can't be that the WSJ meant to misquote Trump.
Listening to the recordings, it is hard to tell whether Trump said "I" or "I'd".
"Yeah, I would like - I would like to do that", Trump said, prompting Republicans in the meeting to gently suggest that the president needed to be precise about what he would agree to.
President Xi of China runs a repressive state that limits political and religious freedom.
But Trump responded, "I don't want to comment on it-I don't want to comment, I'm not saying I have or I haven't".
"Why would Kim Jong Un insult me by calling me 'old, ' when I would NEVER call him 'short and fat?'" Trump tweeted at the time. You give me 30.
She said Kim's decision to reopen lines of communications with South Korea in recent weeks-the first time the two nations have engaged in direct exchange in two years-and his agreement to send a North Korean delegation to the Winter Olympics, had been a smart move. It requires further exposition.
In a separate editorial also published on Tuesday, Rodong Sinmun called Trump 'a lunatic president whose thinking faculty is at the level of preschooler and who has the symptom of dementia'. What is that condition? It began by noting that Trump believes he has developed a positive relationship with Kim.
Meanwhile, Kim Jong Un and our president trade angry threats like bullies in a school yard. Hawaii's governor said there was no automatic way to cancel the false alarm, meaning it had to be done manually.
He told CBS: 'They're going to get there, you know, that's, that's one thing you can count on. Mockingly mimicking the newspaper's front page, it then reads "THE WALL STREET JOURNAL - FAKE NEWS IS AT IT AGAIN!"
The Journal has not been targeted as often as other news organizations by the president's "fake news" claims.
IDF Demolishes Another Hamas Terror Tunnel
No group has said it was behind the attack, but the Palestinian militant groups Hamas and Islamic Jihad praised the attackers. Israel had been monitoring the tunnel for an "extended" period, but Conricus would not specify how long.
Snow possible on Thursday; today's high, 54
The strongest winds will be found from west central to south central Minnesota where winds could gust to 40 miles per hour . Forecast changes are likely in the days ahead as we draw nearer to the event, so check back with weather.com for updates.
John Dickerson replacing Charlie Rose at 'CBS This Morning'
CBS THIS MORNING is in its closest competitive position with " Today " in at least three decades and in almost two decades. He said that he'll be in Washington later this week to begin the process of finding Dickerson's replacement there.
WhatsApp Security Open To Snoops
Anyone who controls the app's servers could insert new people into private group chats without needing admin permission. In a statement to IANS on Thursday, a WhatsApp spokesperson said: "We've looked at this issue carefully".