AFTER TRUMP/KIM TALKS, NORTH KOREAN CHRISTIANS CALL DICTATOR TO ADMIT ATROCITIES

Two days after the U.S.-North Korea Summit in Singapore, media reports indicate that while President Trump did privately address human rights violations with North Korea’s Kim Jong Un, no formal agreement was made. The formal document Trump and Kim signed centered on denuclearization on the peninsula and the ending of U.S. military exercises in South Korea.
However, Trump did say that human rights was one of the “primary topics” of the meeting between him and the North Korean dictator. During Trump’s news conference following the summit, ABC News’ Jon Karl asked him if he still believes what he said during his State of the Union address–that North Korea has more brutally oppressed its people than any other regime on earth… more

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