Russia has expanded its reach in Africa with a new nuclear deal in Ethiopia and sought further plans with Egypt and Saudi Arabia.
Pakistan's military also showed four alleged Indian air force missiles with their seeker heads intact, warning Islamabad had "more truth to share" to refute New Delhi's claims.
The 2020 Democrats have to bring back the deal.
House Democrats can and should expose Trump's failed North Korea policy by questioning Mike Pompeo, John Bolton and Pentagon and intelligence agency officials on national TV.
The Trump administration admitted it had made seven approvals for the sharing of technological information with Saudi Arabia without telling Congress.
Tennessee's Senator Lamar Alexander dismissed the Democrat-proposed Green New Deal legislation and instead offered his own "New Manhattan Project," riffing on another landmark FDR-era initiative.
Kim Yeon-chul said economic leverage should be used to encourage denuclearization progress.
"President Trump likes Chairman Kim and he doesn't think these sanctions will be necessary," the Sanders said.
The U.S. appeared to harden its stance toward North Korea after their latest summit produced no deal. Now Pyongyang may be following suit.
A letter from the House oversight committee's chairman alleges that Trump administration staff used personal email to discuss transferring sensitive nuclear technology to the Saudis.
The defense committee chief of one chamber of Russia's parliament said that Tu-22M3s were sent to Crimea, while another denied it.
Russia's arms control policy director said it was a "thankless task" to figure out what President Donald Trump wanted to discuss, but it seemed that the U.S. "does not really talk about anything."
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said that "we have succeeded against the United States and we do not fear war."
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said, "President Trump should've now realized that pageantries, photo-ops & flip-flops don't make for serious diplomacy."
Suddenly, Cold War nuclear threats the treaty had long defused are coming back.
The former CIA agent pointed to satellite imagery and intelligence reports that have shown the Asian nation has actually expanded or enhanced its capabilities.
"Our American colleagues are confident they defeated everything and everyone in the Cold War and can continue to impose their will on European countries like they did before," Pyotr Tolstoy said.
Russian President Vladimir Putin says, "Everything runs like clockwork" on the new Tupolev Tu-22 warplane.