A child defecting from North Korea to meet her parents, who had already escaped Kim Jong Un's regime, was equipped with a GPS tracking device.
"It's not like [I'm] dealing with the president of France," the president reportedly told supporters.
Congresswoman and Democratic presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard said her constituents in Hawaii are particularly concerned about North Korea's capabilities.
"Thus far what you've seen this president do is heap praise on Kim Jong Un and kind of revel in the spectacle of these summits, where nothing happens," said Ben Rhodes, former deputy national security adviser to Barack Obama.
President Donald Trump appeared to criticize South Korea during a Florida rally shortly before North Korea launched two more missiles.
About 7,700 U.S. soldiers' remains have remained unaccounted for in North Korea since the Korean War armistice nearly 66 years ago.
Jared Kushner "may be compromising American interests in ways that we don't know about," a watchdog lawyer said.
Estimates of the size of North Korea's test in September 2017 place it between 70 and 280 kilotons of TNT equivalent.
The North Korean leader also reportedly commanded troops to be at "high alert posture" and to prepare to "defend the political sovereignty and economic self-sustenance of the country."
The president reportedly approved a $2 million payment for imprisoned student Otto Warmbier's medical costs before he was returned to the U.S., where he later died.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's warning came despite President Donald Trump's previously expressed optimism about the "great economic potential" of North Korea.
"A focus on personal relationships is important, but it has to be coupled with a hard-nosed business of diplomacy," said William Burns, a former deputy secretary of state.
The head of U.S. Forces Korea said North Korea's "activity that we've observed is inconsistent with denuclearization."
Kim Yeon-chul said economic leverage should be used to encourage denuclearization progress.
Russia sent a delegation to North Korea less than one month after President Donald Trump's landmark meeting with Kim Jong Un in Vietnam fell apart.
"President Trump likes Chairman Kim and he doesn't think these sanctions will be necessary," the Sanders said.
Senator Chris Murphy, a Connecticut Democrat, told The Atlantic the president "went for the whole enchilada and lost badly."
Siti Aisyah, an Indonesian national, was freed after Malaysian prosecutors withdraw charges against her.
The summit between President Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un was "yet another meaningful incident on the issue of world peace," a state television station in North Korea claimed.
"Support impeachment!" the Californian Democrat tweeted.
"I didn't think this summit went well for the president at all, more importantly for the U.S. national security," Mike Rogers, a former Republican congressman said.
National Security Adviser John Bolton insisted President Donald Trump's Hanoi visit was somehow a "success" despite acknowledging that no denuclearization agreement was made and North Korea remains a threat to global stability.
Jesus, according to the reverend, would then go on to remind Trump that he needs to repent for some sins instead of trying to hide them.
"Maybe these guys just went over there to eat," the comedian mused.