State Department: Americans in DMZ Arranging Trump-Kim Summit
On Thursday, Pyongyang appeared to destroy its nuclear test site and President Donald Trump called off plans for a summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. The move followed the Hermit Kingdom’s public umbrage at American officials’ characterizations of how Kim would relinquish his atomic arsenal. But on Saturday, Kim held a surprise second summit with South Korean counterpart Moon Jae-in, who reported that Kim remains committed to denuclearization. Now the State Department’s saying American and North Korean officials are in Panmunjom making arrangements — as if the meeting’s back on.