President Trump's historic second summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un begins with a one-on-one meeting between the two leaders.
President Trump abruptly ended his summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un without signing a deal. America was unwilling to meet Kim’s demand for full removal of international sanctions without the regime committing to denuking key areas in the region. Trump said he’d rather do the negotiations right than fast. Joining today’s show is political commentator Jacob Wohl detailing his ban from Twitter.
President Trump’s ex-attorney Michael Cohen has launched his prepared testimony. From Vietnam, ahead of his second summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, Trump slammed Cohen by calling him a fraud and said he is lying to reduce the prison sentence that he earned by pleading guilty to campaign finance law violations, bank fraud, tax fraud, and lying to Congress. Joining today’s show is Project Veritas founder James O'Keefe discussing his latest exploits against the DC Swamp.
President Trump says that it wasn't to Kim Jong Un's advantage to allow Otto Warmbier to be mistreated. #FoxNews
White House press secretary Sarah Sanders releases a statement that U.S. and North Korean teams 'look forward to meeting in the future.' #FoxNews