At a news conference before leaving the Singapore summit, Trump also speculated on the long-term possibility of withdrawing the 28,500 US troops in Korea if the initial agreement with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un leads to denuclearization and peace.
"Have North Korea come out and say we had mass burials and here's where they are", Valle said.
But that's what state-run news outlets do, taking advantage of every shred of propaganda it can to prop up the hermit nation's bonafides, USA Today reports.
Trump said Tuesday that he would invite Kim to the White House at an "appropriate time".
"If North Korea is no longer an issue, then what is the goal of leaving the troops here?"
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo will personally brief South Korean President Moon Jae In on the outcome of the historic US-North Korea summit, an official from Mr Moon's presidential office Cheong Wa Dae said on Wednesday (June 13).
The U.S. has demanded complete and speedy denuclearization of the North for fear that the subsequent verification process could be drawn out. What's more clear: the invisible third party at the bargaining table - China - may be the nation that benefits most from the rapprochement between the USA and North Korea.
Since he was on the campaign trail, Trump has called on Seoul to pay much more for the upkeep of the USFK and has ordered USA negotiators to make sure that Seoul pays over 1.5 times more than its current annual share of W960.2 billion (US$1=W1,078).
North Korea has regularly signed denuclearisation agreements since 1992, only to continue to develop nuclear weapons in secret.
Trump acknowledged that the statement did not mention verifiable or irreversible denuclearization of the peninsula, but told reporters that he had discussed related measures with Kim and said the process "will be verified" by a combination of American and global observers, without providing further details.
It quoted Kim directly as saying if the USA takes "genuine measures for building trust", he would take "additional goodwill measures of next stage commensurate with them".
"All of our members have served in combat and we understand the importance of bring [sic] our war dead home to bring closure to families", Harman said.
China, North Korea's largest trading partner and the regime's primary backer, is not living up to their sanctions, "The Coming Collapse of China" author Gordon Chang told FOX Business on Tuesday.
If anything, shipping saw some small benefit from the moves to isolate North Korea economically.
Although this was not the focus of the summit between the two leaders, it is one of the four key points agreed to by Kim and Trump.