Trump cites 'progress' in resolving North Korea crisis

After a meeting with South Korean president  Moon Jae-in, Donald Trump said he believes there has been "a lot of progress" in resolving the situation with North Korea, citing the "unparalleled strength" of the U.S. in realizing "movement" on the part of North Korea. The president didn't say what that movement was, but it was certainly the most optimistic statement on the crisis in many months. CNN: "Yes, I think we're making a lot of progress. Yes, we're showing great strength. I think they understand we have unparalleled strength. There has never been strength like it," Trump said. "I do see certain movement, yes." The comments marked the first time Trump has signaled US efforts to counter the North Korean threat are yielding positive results. And while he did not signal the military option had left the table, Trump on Tuesday leaned more heavily into his hopes for a diplomatic solution rather...(Read Full Post)