President Trump plans to tell North Korean leader Kim Jong Un that he must dismantle his country’s nuclear program quickly before he is willing to grant Pyongyang sanctions relief, an administration official told The Wall Street Journal on Sunday.
“When the president says that he will not make the mistakes of the past, that means the U.S. will not be making substantial concessions, such as lifting sanctions, until North Korea has substantially dismantled its nuclear programs,” a senior Trump administration official told the Journal.
“If North Korea is willing to move quickly to denuclearize, then the sky is the limit,” the official added. “All sorts of good things can happen.”
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