Clapper responded: "I agree, Chris.as weird as it is. this whole thing is unconventional". "I knew it. I was the only one". On May 24, North Korea began demolishing its Punggye-ri nuclear test site. But I took those bullets, I took all of that. "And today is a great day for everybody".
"And I tried to do that with Obama".
"If Trump could pull this off, more power to him", he explained.
"The Department of Defense continues to work with the White House, the interagency, and our allies and partners on the way forward following the [Trump/Kim] summit".
In a statement, Harman said he "salutes" Trump for bringing the issue to the table, and thanked Kim.
If confirmed, the reported deal could be seen as a concession by Trump since us officials - and the president himself - had called for the North to take swift and clear disarmament measures before receiving any rewards.
The move appeared to take USA allies in the region - as well as the country's military - by surprise. "So, I think the rhetoric - I hated to do it, sometimes I felt foolish doing it - but we had no choice", he told Hannity.
Dennis was referring to his previous efforts to act as a mediator between Kim Jong-un and the Obama administration, which rebuffed him.
"It ain't got to be about war, it ain't got to be about hatred or what happened in the past". "He wants to come to America and enjoy his life". He wants to enjoy his life.
Mr Rodman struck up an unlikely friendship with Mr Kim over their shared love of basketball.
"Everybody is interested in the summit right now", she said.
Dennis Rodman at Changi Airport. "The world will see a major change".
Mr Rodman is one of the few Westerners to have met the North Korean leader on visits to the capital city of Pyongyang. He said that though he asked at the last minute, Kim agreed "so quickly" and was "so nice" about it: "He understands it".
Pompeo is expected to meet South Korea's Foreign Minister Kang Kyung-wha and Japan's Foreign Minister Taro Kono while he is in Seoul.
According to Rodman, Kim said he'd be "willing to talk" to Obama under certain conditions. It is said that in accordance with the compliance of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (the official name of North Korea DPRK) and development of the situation the UNSC will consider relief or lift the sanctions on DPRK.
Malcolm Turnbull declined to answer a question about whether Bishop's remarks reflected a briefing provided by USA officials on Wednesday morning.