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Reaction and analysis from former secret service officer Don Bramer on ‘Fox & friends First.’
President Trump landed Tuesday in Vietnam, for its crucial summit, the Korean leader, Kim Jong-Un meet with the South-the second such meeting as part of a bold push to rein in the nuclear ambitions of North Korea.
“Look forward to a very productive summit,” Trump tweeted on Monday before boarding Air Force One.
KIM JONG-UN IN VIETNAM FOR THE SECOND NUCLEAR SUMMIT WITH TRUMP
Trump landed in Hanoi, hours after Kim came up with the platoon. Officials in Hanoi told The Associated Press that she had only 10 days to prepare for the summit, but promised air-tight security for the two leaders.
But the chaotic preparations, including the White House press corps will be moved to a new hotel before Kim arrived. Kim then visited parts of Hanoi, where the locals stood behind the barriers, a look into the leader of the hermit Kingdom.
Trump always has his meeting with Kim in Singapore last June hailed as a success, although there were few concrete results from the summit.
North Korea first of the 55 boxes of the alleged remains of U.S. soldiers turned, killed in the Korean war as part of the agreement from the summit, although it remains still not followed through with additional.
To work of North Korea also required “to” complete denuclearization, something critics say that the Communist regime honoured sufficient.
Secretary of state Mike Pompeo this month, said that he hoped for a “substantial step forward”, but noted that “it can’t happen, but I hope that it will be so.”
“President Trump has also said it will take time. It can peak to another. We can’t get everything done this week,” said Pompeo.
Pompeo said he hoped for a “road-map” in place, but would not have the possibility of declaring a formal end to the Korean war or pulling some American troops out of South Korea, which will be discussed in line with his stand against the public, which may arise during the negotiations.
But Fox News is told that the White house, State Department, Department of defense, the Ministry of Finance and Ministry of energy are concerned, where special envoy for North Korea, Stephen Biegun moves-negotiations-and that he was “always too far over his skis.”
A particular Problem is that denuclearization, seen by many officials as non-negotiable, a negotiating term. There is a belief among many officials that “we don’t want to make a deal just to make a business,” and that “we don’t want to give away something for nothing.”
Fox News’ John Roberts, Lucas Tomlinson, Jennifer Earl, and The Associated Press contributed to this report.