Trump: ‘We Remain Determined’ to Achieve a Denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula

‘And there’s been a lot of news on that’


TRUMP: "We appreciate Sweden’s leadership on the United Nation Security Council and look very much forward to working together in the coming months. The United States is also grateful to Sweden for advocating for Americans detained in North Korea. I particularly want to thank the Swedish government for its assistance in securing the release of American college student Otto Warmbier last year. Terrible, tragic event. We continue to pray for Otto’s parents, Fred and Cindy, two terrific people, over the tragic death of their son. And we remain determined on achieve a denuclearization of the Korean peninsula in. And there’s been a lot of news on that today, hopefully it’s positive. Hopefully it will lead to a very positive result.”

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