Denuclearization talks between President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un will continue despite the abrupt end to this week’s summit, Associated Press Pyongyang bureau chief Eric Talmadge insisted Thursday.
After more than two dozen moderate Democrats broke from their party’s progressive wing and sided with Republicans on a legislative amendment Wednesday, New York Democratic Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez reportedly sounded the alarm in a closed-door meeting Thursday and said these Democrats are “putting themselves on a list.”
By the time most Americans woke up Thursday, the North Korea summit was over — and had failed.
Using rose-colored glasses, the president keeps touting progress on his Moby Dick — the U.S. trade deficit. But the numbers show it keeps going up.