President Trump and North Korean Leader Kim Jong-Un met for a momentous summit in Singapore yesterday. It was the first ever meeting between a sitting U.S. president and a leader of the isolated nation. The goal, President Trump said, was …Continue Reading
National Security Advisor John Bolton said during an interview this weekend that the U.S. may sanction European companies that continue to do business with Iran in the wake of the U.S.’ withdrawal from the Iran nuclear agreement.
“Is the United …Continue Reading
Three Americans who had been sentenced to terms in North Korean labor camps arrived home early this morning. They were greeted by President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump when their plane arrived and Joint Base Andrews in Maryland a …Continue Reading
The two leaders of the Koreas met yesterday in an historic summit and promised to work together to bring an official end to the Korean War along with a complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula. It was an event sixty-five …Continue Reading
President Donald Trump characterized his decision in making a change at the State Department today as being one of compatibility. “For whatever reason, chemistry…for whatever reason, why do people get along?” the President asked rhetorically, in talking about CIA Director …Continue Reading
CIA Director Mike Pompeo responded to a letter from Democratic Senate Leader Chuck Schumer raising concerns about a meeting Pompeo had with the head of Russia’s top spy agency.
Pompeo said that Schumer implied there was something “untoward” about …Continue Reading