President Donald Trump will be leaving Singapore early. The "official line" is because nuclear negotiations have moved “more quickly than expected.” That does not mean they moved in the right direction.
Will the world encounter nuclear war or will peace win the day? That question will be decided beginning tonight (Monday) at about 9:00 PM eastern US time when, halfway around the world, United States President Donald Trump begins meeting with North Korean Chairman Kim Jung Un. The meeting has been described as "a high-wire act with no safety net." That description is accurate.
Thousands of IDF Army Reservists have been ordered to report for duty, immediately, with full gear, coming directly from their homes and workplaces.
If Donald Trump doesn't care about "being isolated," then G7 may be better being G6, says Emmanuel Macron. The French president slammed US counterpart for "unproductive" tariffs and preventing other nations from dealing with Iran.
(Hal Turner Remark: Just another nail in the coffin of NATO.)
White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow slammed Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau as a traitor who 'stabbed us in the back' with a 'cheap' and 'sophomoric' stunt designed to make President Donald Trump look weak ahead of his meeting with North Korean President Kim Jung-Un.
'He really kind of stabbed us in the back. He really, actually, you know: he did a great disservice to the whole G-7. He betrayed,' Kudlow said on CNN's 'State of the Union' Sunday morning.
'He went rogue.'