The Wall Street Journal quoted Trump as saying in an interview on Thursday: "I probably have a very good relationship with Kim Jong-Un". 'As you know, I have a great relationship with Prime Minister Abe of Japan and I would probably have a very good relationship with Kim Jong un of North Korea, ' the President said in the audio. I don't doubt that Trump meant to say "I'd", but he didn't.
Van Jackson, a former nuclear strategist in the Pentagon, argues in Politico that the assumption Kim Jong-un would not retaliate is a "sucker's bet" and the price could be hundreds of thousands of deaths. "I just don't want to comment".
Canada police search for atacker who cut 11-year-old girl's hijab
Jenifferjit Sidhu saying she was "very, very smart" for shouting and joining the group of students ahead of her. Toronto police lauded Khawlah's quick thinking and response to the attack, with Const.
But the Journal stands by its reporting, as well as the transcription provided by an independent transcription service. "So I immediately got on Twitter, got on the phone, started getting the message out as quickly as possible to the people in Hawaii, who literally were going through this thought process of 'I've got 15 minutes to seek shelter from an incoming ballistic missile".
"FAKE NEWS IS AT IT AGAIN!" she tweeted. It's just another day in the Trump White House. "Fortunately we now record conversations with reporters". "I think you people are surprised".
The Wall Street Journal, however, defended its version of the interview.
Trump's FISA tweets throw Washington into chaos
That's a ridiculous characterization, ' she said, when asked if the cell phone ban was a response to the book. FBI Director Christopher Wray has said that tips are flooding into the FBI by the thousands. 'Absolutely not.
Trump has repeatedly insulted the North Korean leader, describing him as mad and a "rocket man".
Last week, Trump told South Korea's President Moon Jae-in that he was open to direct talks with North Korea on its nuclear programme.
"I don't want to comment on it".
Israel confirms it destroyed Hamas tunnel under key Gaza crossing
The IDF destroyed the tunnel on Saturday night, describing its running under the border crossing as both "cynical" and "absurd". The Israeli army says it on Sunday destroyed a Hamas tunnel which came from the Gaza Strip and crossed into Israel and Egypt .