Trump, Kim Jong-un Sign Document, Pledge to Work Together for Peace


After a historic summit that scored North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un’s signed pledge committing to “complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula,” President Trump said Tuesday it was a great moment for the world.

“We are prepared to start a new history and we are prepared to write a new chapter between our nations,” he told reporters at the summit site at Capella Hotel.

He ticked off a laundry list of concessions the U.S. won from North Korea:

• The release of three U.S citizens imprisoned in North Korea.

• The return of remains of soldiers still missing in action (MIA) from the Korean War. …

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