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Barack Obama’s Reaction After Kim Meets Trump in Singapore

Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un met on Tuesday in Singapore. This is a first in the history of the two countries, in conflict since the Korean War, in 1950. The main issues are that of the denuclearization of North Korea, as well as a peace treaty.

The meeting culminated in the signing of a joint agreement in which Kim Jong-Un committed to a “complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula”, without any timetable being specified.

Donald Trump is the first US president to meet a North Korean leader We sent our correspondence to gather information from former President Barack Obama and he said Obama was not satisfied with the results of the meeting. according to him, negotiations were not necessary for the North Korean regime to abandon nuclear weapons.

According to our correspondence, Obama sees this meeting on the political side because Trump will surely use this meeting for its 2020 campaign. As to whether this meeting will bear fruit, Obama remains skeptical and does not believe that North Korea will abandon so easily the nuclear weapons.

President Barack Obama was open to talks, but he was never convinced that North Korea was fulfilling its preconditions or seriously considering abandoning its nuclear weapons. As he was leaving his post, Obama warned Trump that North Korea would be his most urgent foreign policy threat.

Donald Trump is the first US president to meet a North Korean leader.

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