With no official peace treaty and a heavily fortified border between them, the Koreas are still very much living the Cold War.
The White House released an official photo of President Donald Trump shaking hands with Kim Yo Jong, sister of North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un, Friday. The handshake, which took place during the Singapore Summit this week, marks a significant departure from Vice President Mike Pence’s avoidance of the dignitary at the Winter Olympics earlier this year.
There was one criticism in particular that Fox News's Sandra Smith pressed Rubio about Wednesday morning during a TV interview.
“Now is it just me, or does it look like president Obama was more willing to give him time to our enemies than our allies?” Sean Hannity said in one 2013 clip.
The domestic propaganda and international legitimacy win for Kim can't be emphasized enough.
"The president had seen some of your comments over the last several days," Sanders told Rodman.
The president's past comments about grabbing women may have come back to haunt him.
State-controlled media reported on the historic summit deepening the two leaders’ “friendly feelings.”
The aide defended her old tweet despite it resurfacing at the worst possible moment.
A State Department transcript of a Mike Pompeo briefing said it was delivered in "Singapore, Malaysia."
The U.S. president called the war games "very provocative" and "very expensive."
“For [Kim], nuclear weapons are a guarantee of his safety.”