Trump adviser insists Hanoi summit was 'success'

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"I didn't think this went well for the president at all, more importantly, for US national security", Rogers said.

During an interview on Sunday, Bolton defended the President in "protecting and advancing" American national interests while in Hanoi.

As Trump wrapped up his trip to the summit last week, he complained that Democrats had scheduled the hearing at the same time as his negotiations.

Earlier in the interview with CNN, Rogers also took issue with Trump's insistence that the House Oversight and Reform Committee's decision to schedule a hearing with his former lawyer Michael Cohen had interfered with the worldwide summit.

The Fox News anchor pointed out that Cohen didn't reject Trump's proposal - the North Koreans did. "I don't view it as a failure at all when American national interests are protected".

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He said the issue was whether North Korea would accept what the president called "the big deal" - denuclearizing completely - or something less, "which was unacceptable to us".

North Korean foreign minister Ri Yong Ho however disputed the United States account, saying Pyongyang offered to dismantle all "nuclear production facilities in the Yongbyon area" in exchange for partial sanctions relief.

Rogers didn't think the North Korea summit went well for the US and that Trump made a mistake in his negotiation tactics because he has such a hard stance.

As for Bolton, he flat-out refused to give an opinion on the matter that didn't align with the president.

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But Bolton said that Trump's view is that he "gave nothing away".

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"We were looking at ways to tighten it up, to stop for example the ship to ship transfers that the North Koreans are using to evade the sanctions, to talk to other countries to make sure they tighten up on North Korea".

President Donald Trump on Monday shot down the idea that he discussed curbing joint military drills with South Korea with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, a decision he said could save the United States millions of dollars and has suggested would reduce tensions with North Korea.

Bolton was touring the Sunday political shows the morning after the US and South Korea announced an end to key annual large-scale military exercises.

House Democrats arranged for Cohen to testify before an oversight committee.

The maneuvers have been a perennial target of North Korean fury - condemned by Pyongyang as provocative rehearsals for war.

Some analysts say the conversion to smaller exercises and simulations will weaken the allies' military readiness when North Korea has yet to take real steps toward disarmament.

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Moon said South Korea will continue to push ahead with engagement with North Korea within the boundaries of USA -led global sanctions against the North.

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