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    Newly released recordings of conversations between journalist Bob Woodward and Donald Trump prove the former president knew his correspondence with North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un, which was among documents retrieved from Mar-a-Lago, was classified.  In December 2019, Trump showed Woodward the 'love letters' Kim had written to him, but seemed to acknowledge he was not supposed to be showing them around.  'Treat them with respect,' Trump said after her handed the journalist a stack of letters. 'and don't say I gave them to you, okay?' 'But I'll let you see them,' Trump adds. 'I don't want you to have them all.'  One month later in January 2020 on a phone call Woodward pressed Trump to show him the letters he had written back to Kim.  Newly released recordings of conversations between journalist Bob Woodward and Donald Trump prove the former president knew his correspondence with North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un, which was among documents retrieved from Mar-a-Lago, was classified 'Oh, those are so top secret,' Trump replied, according to excerpts from a forthcoming audiobook: 'The Trump Tapes: Bob Woodward's Twenty Interviews with...
    Sarah Jessica Parker has contradicted claims made by her Sex And The City co-star Kim Cattrall that she had 'no intention' of returning as Samantha in the third spin-off movie.  Last month, Kim, 65, revealed to Variety she had decided not to take part in the planned film after seeing her character's lack of progression, and said co-stars Sarah, Cynthia Nixon and Kristin Davis 'aren't my friends.' And now, Sarah, 57, has opened up for the first time about their alleged feud, claiming that it was not Kim who turned down the movie, but the studio, because they could not accept her 'demands.'  Opening up: Sarah Jessica Parker has contradicted claims made by her Sex And The City co-star Kim Cattrall that she had 'no intention' of returning as Samantha in the third spin-off movie (Sarah pictured in April) Speaking candidly to Awards Chatter podcast, the actress, who plays Carrie Bradshaw in the franchise, said 'it's very hard' to talk about the situation.  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next 'That wasn't a joke!' Britain's Got Talent judge Amanda... ...
    The body of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, who chaired a Politburo meeting in Pyongyang last week, has been found to be thin. (Source: Korean Central News Agency / via Korea News Service AP) Pyongyang, KOMPAS.TV – North Korean leader Kim Jong-un is said to have used an alternative body to make himself look thinner. From Monday (12/27/2021) to Friday (12/31/2021) Kim Jong-un looks thin while attending the full meeting of the Labor Party of Korea. Various speculations have emerged as to the status of the third generation leader. In addition to being said to have health problems, Kim Jong-un was also accused of using an alternative body. read more: Kim Jong-un reveals North Korea’s main goal in 2022 is not nuclear weapons Many netizens on social media expressed this opportunity. However, this opportunity was denied by the South Korean Intelligence Service (NIS). According to reports Bloomberg Quoted ExpressKim Jong-un’s health is not the cause of his thinness. To find out if Kim Jong-un has used body pronouns, NIS uses artificial intelligence technology and super-resolution video in its research....
    There's no evidence that Kanye West and Jeffree Star are actually romantically involved. Instagram/@jeffreestar, Michael Tran/FilmMagic Beauty mogul Jeffree Star posted a tongue-in-cheek response to a bizarre rumor that he's romantically involved with rapper Kanye West.  Star posted a new picture of himself with rainbow-colored hair extensions and captioned it "I'm ready for Sunday Service," referencing West's well-known Christian gathering.  The rumor started on TikTok, where a frequent internet troll claimed that Kanye's reportedly planned divorce from Kim Kardashian West is due to him cheating on Kim with Star.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Jeffree Star responded to the bizarre, trending rumor that he and Kanye West had a romantic entanglement in typical Star fashion — without confirming, without denying, and by promoting his own image. Star posted a new picture on Instagram and Twitter on Wednesday with the caption "I'm ready for Sunday Service," poking fun at the rapper's well-known Christian gathering.  Star, who is a YouTuber with nearly 17 million subscribers and is CEO of makeup compnay Jeffree Star Cosmetics, also similarly avoided seriously...
    President Donald Trump went after his former National Security Advisor John Bolton Monday, days after Bolton called Trump 'despicable' for his disparagement of American war dead that was reported in the controversial Atlantic article.  'Just heard that Wacko John Bolton was talking of the fact that I discussed "love letters from Kim Jong Un" as though I viewed them as just that. Obviously, was just being sarcastic. Bolton was such a jerk!' Trump tweeted around lunchtime Monday.  It was unclear where Bolton made the comments that got the president steamed, though during a Bloomberg Radio appearance Friday the ex-staffer who has since penned an anti-Trump book, lent weight to The Atlantic's reporting.  President Donald Trump photographed Sunday returning from golfing in Virginia. On Monday he went after former National Security Advisor John Bolton days after Bolton criticized Trump for what was reported in the Atlantic, that he had called American war dead 'losers'  Trump tweeted that Bolton had criticized him for calling correspondence with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un 'love letters,' saying that he was 'being sarcastic.'...
    By DEB RIECHMANN, Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — Hours after an astonishing summit with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un, President Donald Trump boldly declared a breakthrough. “There is no longer a Nuclear Threat from North Korea,” he tweeted. Yet two years later, despite two more face-to-face meetings and many exchanges of warm words between the leaders, North Korea continues to build up its nuclear program and test missiles. And even if Trump still hopes for an agreement, his administration isn’t betting on it happening before the November election. The last significant contact between the two sides was outside of Stockholm last October. North Korea declared the dialogue a failure in a statement written before talks even began, administration officials say. Communication has been limited to the lower-level “New York channel” at the United Nations. North Korea’s recent belligerence against South Korea has only stoked more tension. The North has lashed out at South Korea for not breaking from Washington to restart inter-Korean economic projects that have been held back by U.S.-led sanctions. Pyongyang blew up a multistory liaison office...
    WASHINGTON (AP) — Hours after an astonishing summit with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un, President Donald Trump boldly declared a breakthrough. “There is no longer a Nuclear Threat from North Korea,” he tweeted. Yet two years later, despite two more face-to-face meetings and many exchanges of warm words between the leaders, North Korea continues to build up its nuclear program and test missiles. And even if Trump still hopes for an agreement, his administration isn’t betting on it happening before the November election. The last significant contact between the two sides was outside of Stockholm last October. North Korea declared the dialogue a failure in a statement written before talks even began, administration officials say. Communication has been limited to the lower-level “New York channel” at the United Nations. North Korea’s recent belligerence against South Korea has only stoked more tension. The North has lashed out at South Korea for not breaking from Washington to restart inter-Korean economic projects that have been held back by U.S.-led sanctions. Pyongyang blew up a multistory liaison office in the border town of...
    CHEORWON, South Korea—It was 70 years ago, on June 25, 1950, that about 75,000 North Korean soldiers poured into the South all along the 38th parallel in a campaign that North Korea’s founding leader Kim Il Sung had told his Chinese and Soviet benefactors would be over in weeks. Two long years later South Korean and U.S. forces, having driven out the North Koreans, faced off against the Chinese right here at Cheorwon in the infamous “iron triangle.” The place names are etched in the minds of all who fought here or know the history: Bloody Ridge, Heartbreak Ridge, Sniper Ridge, Jane Russell Hill—named for the voluptuous film star, its contours belying the suffering on the slopes. For the South Koreans, White Horse Hill, with all trees, bushes, greenery stripped bare by 270,000 artillery and air strikes in 10 days of pure hell battling the Chinese in October 1952, was the worst, and also the proudest landmark. They called it White Horse for good reason: after all the vegetation was gone, that’s what it looked like. By the time the...
    CHICAGO -- Chicago restaurants may be weathering one of the toughest economic times in modern history but the chef and owner behind Parachute hasn't let the downturn stifle her "giving spirit." "We've had a big hit in reduction of sales," Beverly Kim said. "We've had to go very lean on employees that we can have here."So the restaurant decided to switch to offering family-style meals."Parachute's food doesn't do well in containers," Kim said. "We decided to flip our menu to a family style meal, something that is affordable and easier to carry out." Along with keeping up her carry-out business, Kim is regularly donating meals to health care workers on the front lines at nearby Swedish Hospital.She also packs produce boxes for senior citizens at the Hanul Family Alliance, a nonprofit that serves Korean immigrants in the Chicago area.Kim, who burst onto Chicago's dining scene 5 years ago, said these regular drop-offs are about showing how "everyone can give in small ways.""I don't have huge funds. What I could do is these small drop-offs. These little acts of kindness that...
    CHICAGO -- Chicago restaurants may be weathering one of the toughest economic times in modern history but the chef and owner behind Parachute hasn't let the downturn stifle her "giving spirit." "We've had a big hit in reduction of sales," Beverly Kim said. "We've had to go very lean on employees that we can have here."So the restaurant decided to switch to offering family-style meals."Parachute's food doesn't do well in containers," Kim said. "We decided to flip our menu to a family style meal, something that is affordable and easier to carry out." Along with keeping up her carry-out business, Kim is regularly donating meals to health care workers on the front lines at nearby Swedish Hospital.She also packs produce boxes for senior citizens at the Hanul Family Alliance, a nonprofit that serves Korean immigrants in the Chicago area.Kim, who burst onto Chicago's dining scene 5 years ago, said these regular drop-offs are about showing how "everyone can give in small ways.""I don't have huge funds. What I could do is these small drop-offs. These little acts of kindness that...
    North Korea's leader Kim Jong UnSaul Loeb | AFP | Getty Images North Korea has decided to suspend military action plans against South Korea, the official KCNA news agency reported on Wednesday, as a report suggested North Korean troops were taking down loudspeakers recently reinstalled at the fortified border. North Korean leader Kim Jong Un presided over a video conference meeting of the ruling party's Central Military Commission on Tuesday, where members "took stock of the prevailing situation" before deciding to suspend the military plans, the report said, without elaborating. The committee also discussed documents outlining measures for "further bolstering the war deterrent of the country," KCNA reported. Political tensions between the rival Koreas have been rising over Pyongyang's objections to plans by defector-led groups in the South to send propaganda leaflets into the North. North Korea claims the moves violate an agreement between the two aimed at preventing military confrontation, and accused the defectors of insulting the dignity of North Korea's supreme leadership. North Korea's military was seen removing about 10 loudspeakers near the demilitarized zone (DMZ) on Wednesday,...
    Buffalo Bills co-owner Kim Pegula said Friday she supports the players who will decide to kneel during the national anthem in the upcoming 2020 season but she still plans to stand. Pegula said on “One Bills Live” that she doesn’t plan on kneeling as players from across the NFL spectrum have either decided for sure that they will kneel or have heard that other players will. BILLS' SEAN MCDERMOTT ON KNEELING DURING NATIONAL ANTHEM: 'WE ARE ALWAYS GOING TO SUPPORT OUR PLAYERS' “Personally, I’m not going to kneel. But we’ve been listening. We’ve been learning to love other people and understand experiences and what they have gone through, what they’ve experienced, and what maybe the anthem or the flag means to them, it’s truly different than what I went through,” Pegula said, according to Buffalo News. “Honestly, that’s how I feel. I will be standing, but that’s my choice. That’s my right. I would hope that the players as well respect that, just like I’m going to respect them for what they want to do if they so choose to.”...
    Reuters June 22, 2020 0 Comments Accounts by former U.S. National Security Adviser John Bolton of discussions between leaders of the United States and the two Koreas in his upcoming book are inaccurate and distorted, South Korea said on Monday. Bolton gives details in the book of conversations before and after three meetings between U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, including how their second summit in Vietnam fell apart. The book, “The Room Where It Happened: A White House Memoir”, is scheduled for publication on Tuesday but media outlets have released excerpts. Reports have cited Bolton as writing that Moon, who is keen to improve relations with North Korea, had raised unrealistic expectations with both Kim and Trump for his own “unification” agenda. “It does not reflect accurate facts and substantially distorts facts,” South Korea’s national security adviser, Chung Eui-yong, said in a statement referring to Bolton’s description of top-level consultations. Chung did not elaborate on specific areas South Korea saw as inaccurate but said the publication set a “dangerous precedent”. “Unilaterally publishing consultations...
    Reuters June 19, 2020 0 Comments North Korea has been ramping up tensions with South Korea in recent weeks, but the campaign seems aimed at making a renewed push for sanctions relief by recapturing the attention of a U.S. administration that is distracted by domestic issues. North Korea blew up a joint liaison office on its side of the border last week, declared an end to dialogue with South Korea and threatened military action. After three historic meetings with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un failed to lead to a denuclearisation deal, U.S. President Donald Trump’s attention is fixed elsewhere, including the coronavirus epidemic, anti-racism protests and the November presidential election. Kim, however, is facing real-world consequences for the failed talks, with North Korea’s sanctions-hit economy further strained by a border lockdown imposed to prevent a coronavirus outbreak, potentially threatening his support base among the elites and military. Analysts say one of Kim’s goals in lashing out at U.S. ally South Korea is to remind Washington of the unresolved issues with North Korea, potentially forcing it to intervene. “Trump...
    Secretary of State Mike Pompeo mocked President Trump behind his back and Attorney General Bill Barr shared his concerns, according to the blockbuster book by former National Security Advisor John Bolton.  On Wednesday, both The New York Times and The Washington Post obtained copies of the tome, 'The Room Where It Happened: A White House Memoir,' which the Trump administration had tried to block from bookstores with a week to go before its release, filing a Tuesday lawsuit.  The book largely characterizes Trump's staff as knowing better than the president and talking behind his back, like the time Bolton was passed a note by Pompeo amid the June 2018 Singapore summit with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un.   'He is so full of s***,' the note read, Bolton wrote.  In public, Pompeo has portrayed himself as the loyal servant - as has Barr. In private, when Bolton approached Barr to discuss the president's behavior - especially toward autocratic rulers like China's President Xi Jinping and Turkey's Recep Tayyip Erdoğan - the attorney general admitted he, too, was worried.   Former...
    SEOUL, South Korea — The powerful sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un threatened military action against South Korea as she bashed Seoul on Saturday over declining bilateral relations and its inability to stop activists from floating anti-Pyongyang leaflets across the border. Describing South Korea as an “enemy,” Kim Yo Jong repeated an earlier threat she had made by saying Seoul will soon witness the collapse of a “useless” inter-Korean liaison office in the border town of Kaesong. Kim, who is first vice department director of the ruling Workers’ Party’s Central Committee, said she would leave it to North Korea’s military leaders to carry out the next step of retaliation against the South. TOP STORIES Four St. Louis police officers charged with beating undercover colleague Trump finalizes rule defining gender as a persons biological sex Seattle anarchists and their lunatic fringe list of demands “By exercising my power authorized by the supreme leader, our party and the state, I gave an instruction to the arms of the department in charge of the affairs with enemy to decisively carry out...
    The family of a Japanese woman abducted by North Korea slammed Kim Jong Un as a “foolish leader” — as they called for the safe return of all kidnapping victims in the Hermit Kingdom, according to reports. “I think [Kim Jong Un] is a foolish leader,” said Tetsuya Yokota, whose sister Megumi was kidnapped in November 1977, UPI reported. He and his twin brother, Takuya, have long advocated for the return of Japanese abductees from North Korea along with their mother, Sakie, and father, Shigeru, a prominent activist who died last week without ever reuniting with his daughter. Megumi was 13 when she vanished on her way home from school in Niigata, in northwestern Japan, but it wasn’t until two decades later that it was revealed that North Korea was behind the abduction. Japan claims that North Korea abducted at least 17 people to train agents in Japanese language and culture to spy on South Korea. North Korea confirmed Megumi was abducted but has since alleged that she struggled from depression and died by suicide in 1994, according to UPI...
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