The President is not lifting any sanctions on North Korea prior to next week's summit with Kim Jong Un. Talking at the White House today with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, Trump said he will resume use of the term "maximum pressure" if next week's talks don't go well. He said he's not using the term now because he wants a positive outcome at the summit. Meantime, Trump predicted that the summit will be a great success. He also said he's prepared to walk out if things do not go well. Trump warned that it may take more than one meeting to get an agreement on denuclearization.
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