"While I believe the United States-North Korea negotiations will eventually reach an agreement, it's never desirable for a vacuum in dialogue or stalemate to be prolonged", he said, urging South Korean officials to find ways for the US and North Korea to narrow their differences.
Moon said the collapse of the second Trump-Kim summit was "very regrettable", but the talks were still meaningful because they included specific discussions of disarmament steps, sanctions and the possible establishment of liaison offices. Michael Cohen didn't say no to the big deal at the table between the president and Chairman Kim.
Open Doors USA told Fox News Christian persecution is worsening in North Korea, according to their sources on the ground. "I don't view it as a failure at all when American national interests are protected".
"The prospect for success seemed dim in light of the insincerity of Kim Jong Un", Pelosi said.
The president said he believed Kim's claim that he didn't know what happened to 22-year-old Otto Warmbier, who died days after being sent back to the United States in 2017.
Bolton said Kim was willing to make "a very limited concession" to dismantle its Yongbyon nuclear weapons complex in exchange for "substantial" sanctions relief. "I foresee a better deal coming with the USA slowly lifting sanctions and North Korea dismantling their nuclear weapons".
As for Bolton, he flat-out refused to give an opinion on the matter that didn't align with the president.
During the CBS interview, Bolton also headed off potential criticism that earlier diplomatic groundwork prior to the summit was supposed to negate the possibility of both sides walking away from the meetings without a deal.
The Democratic head of the House Intelligence Committee Adam Schiff called the entire summit a "spectacular failure" and said Trump made things worse with his comments about Otto Warmbier. "I wasn't able to watch too much because I've been a little bit busy, but I think having a fake hearing like that and having it in the middle of this very important summit is really a awful thing".
"It was the sanctions that brought the North Koreans to the table".
The summit with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un was abruptly cut short Thursday after the leaders failed to reach an accord on denuclearization.
Yongbyon, long at the heart of the reclusive state's nuclear program, has seen its importance drop in recent years as North Korea turned to other secret facilities to produce fissile material for bombs and missiles that could carry a warhead to the USA mainland.
Washington and Seoul have traditionally held the exercises every spring to test military readiness in case tensions with North Korea should boil over. I give my advice to the president.