USA special envoy for Pyongyang talks to meet counterparts from two Koreas

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"I fully expect that someday we will have good relations with Russian Federation again!"

White House insiders told CNN that the President ranted as heard that intelligence officials had contradicted him, after Coats told the Senate Intelligence Committee North Korea was "unlikely to give up its nuclear weapons". National Intelligence Director Dan Coats, for instance, sees a union between China and Russian Federation to gain military and technological superiority, as a major threat that would undermine the United States on the world platform. Coats, meanwhile, said that ISIS remains a threat-a statement that appears at odds with Trump's assertions that the US has defeated ISIS in Syria.

"When I became President, ISIS was out of control in Syria & running rampant".

"Caliphate will soon be destroyed, unthinkable two years ago", he tweeted.

A United States negotiator called Thursday on North Korea to provide a detailed account of its weapons to seal a peace deal, saying President Donald Trump was ready to offer a future that includes diplomatic relations and economic aid.

The president later posted a tweet claiming the same thing: that the press "mischaracterized" comments by intelligence officials.

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"They are testing Rockets (last week) and more, and are coming very close to the edge", the president wrote on Twitter.

"No, I disagree with certain things that they said". Be careful of Iran. "Perhaps Intelligence should go back to school!" he said in his harshest criticism of the powerful intelligence community of the country. "It's deeply unsafe that the White House isn't listening", Schiff tweeted. Trump said earlier Thursday that the exact date and venue will be announced early next week.

- Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) January 31, 2019....

"I would suggest you read the COMPLETE testimony from Tuesday", he added. The US President had invited the representatives of the secret service on Thursday to the Oval Office, a Meeting, the President on Twitter summed up in the following way: "Incorrect portrayals are bad for our country". The Democratic leader then called for an "immediate meeting" between Trump and his intelligence officers so they could "educate" the president about what's really going on with national security. "Fortunately, we had a good Meeting and we are all on the same page".

However, US intelligence agencies in an annual joint report published on Tuesday said they "assess that Iran is not now undertaking the key nuclear weapons-development activities we judge necessary to produce a nuclear device". He should have listened to the European Union, the United Nations, and former USA officials all along. Although he acknowledged that "we do not believe Iran is now undertaking the key activities we judge necessary to produce a nuclear device", he admitted that the country "publicly threatened to push the boundaries" of the nuclear agreement unless they could personally derive benefits from it. The move was strongly condemned by other signatories to the deal - Russia, China, the UK, France, Germany, and Iran itself - which insisted on the need to preserve it. For instance, Trump has said ISIS was all but defeated while announcing he meant to pull troops from Syria.

North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and South Korean President Moon Jae-in pledged to bring a formal end to the Korean War during their landmark summit in April a year ago.