"The Journal stands by what it reported", the article said.
Trump and Kim exchanged personal insults, as well as promises of death and destruction, as Pyongyang and Washington remain deadlocked over the North's latest advances in rocket and nuclear technology, which have given new credibility to the country's race for a nuclear deterrent against America.
September 19: Speaking at the U.N. General Assembly, Trump threatens to "totally destroy North Korea" and says "Rocket Man is on a suicide mission for himself".
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That type of language is common for North Korea, who has frequently called President Trump names and responded to Trump's own comments and tweets about North Korea. But with diplomats' attentions absorbed by the delicate talks between the two neighboring countries - which were initially focused on North Korea's participation in the upcoming Pyeongchang Winter Olympics but have since broadened - some analysts are skeptical that much will come out of the Vancouver meetings.
Hecker was invited to see the secret nuclear complex in North Korea that contained extracted plutonium.
The headline of the story that ran on January 11 was "Donald Trump Signals Openness To North Korea Diplomacy In Interview".
It is also unclear what Trump meant by saying that the White House records "conversations with reporters".
It also makes the absence of China and Russian Federation - major players in any potential peaceful resolution of the North Korean crisis - more understandable and possibly chilling. "Hopefully it's all gonna work out", Trump added. "We are really appreciated for that because sometimes we can go and do things the Americans can't".
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India's army chief, General Bipin Rawat, accused Pakistan's military of helping fighters enter India-controlled Kashmir . Now, Pakistan has done a very good job of figuring out our temperament in Kashmir and how we operate militarily.
In the Wall Street Journal interview, Trump was asked whether he had spoken with the North Korean leader. "Action is the best option in treating the dotard who, hard of hearing, is uttering only what he wants to say", he says. I'm not saying I have or haven't.
"I've been no fan of the tweets, the policy by tweets", Rice said. "Obviously I didn't say that".
Trump has more recently suggested he might be willing to meet with Kim, and reportedly told the Wall Street Journal the two "probably have a very good relationship". "I am working to get answers for the people of Hawai'i and determine ways to address this preparedness failure through the Armed Services Committee in Congress, but we can not stop there". They've not submitted. They just keep testing and keep evolving'.
Later Sunday, Sanders wrote on Twitter that the White House had first requested a correction from The Journal on Friday morning, the day after the interview.
"The people of Hawai'i lived through the unimaginable yesterday, receiving an urgent mobile alert telling them to immediately seek shelter from an incoming ballistic missile", Gabbard said.
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