Trump urged Kim Jong-Un to “act quickly” and strike a deal with the US

The other day, Pyongyang said it rejected the US proposal for new talks.

President Donald Trump on Sunday urged North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un to “act quickly” and strike a deal with the United States, responding to Pyongyang’s criticism of Trump’s political rival, former Vice President Joe Biden.

Trump, who has met with Kim Jong-Un three times since 2018 discussing ending North Korea’s missile and nuclear programs with him, addressed him directly, calling him” Mr. Chairman.”
In a tweet, Trump addressed Kim Jong-Un: “You must act quickly and make an agreement.” Hinting at a possible meeting, he ended the tweet with the phrase “See you soon!”

Pyongyang has previously demanded that Washington show more flexibility in talks by the end of the year, but on Thursday North Korea said it had rejected a US offer for a new dialogue.
US defense Secretary Mark Esper, who is in Thailand, on Sunday announced the postponement of US-South Korean efforts in an attempt to bolster stalled progress toward peace.

The official North Korean news agency, in a comment on Friday, sharply criticized Biden for insulting Kim Jong-Un, calling the former us Vice President a “rabid dog” that must be destroyed.

Biden tops nationwide rankings of potential Democratic presidential candidates looking to challenge Republican Trump in the November 2020 election.

“Joe Biden may be sleepy and very slow, but he is not a’ mad dog,” Trump wrote. – It’s a little better, but I’m the only one who can get you where you need to be.”

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