The contents of President Trump’s and Chairman Kim’s letters are clearly on September 15 at 6:22 a.m.
A well-known American journalist has published a book summarizing the contents of a parent letter exchanged between President Trump and North Korean Labor Party Chairman Kim Jong-un, and it can be said that there was a significant gap between the two leaders over how to proceed with the denuclearization of North Korea.
Bob Woodward, a well-known American journalist, published an electronic version of the book in Japan today, including 18 interviews with President Trump.
Of these, I would like to details the 27 parent letters exchanged between President Trump and Chairman Kim.
After the first U.S.-North Korea summit meeting in June, President Trump requested an expert visit to North Korea’s missile test site in a letter dated July 3, but Chairman Kim did not answer clearly, and later said in his letter on June 30 that he was sorry that there was no declaration of the end of the Korean War that he had hoped for.
In response, President Trump uchied in his letter on August 2 that “it’s time to advance the promise of complete denuclearization,” but Chairman Kim insisted on gradual denuclearization in return and did not give in.
In addition, at the second summit meeting last year, President Trump called for the disposal of all five North Korean nuclear facilities, while Chairman Kim insisted on the disposal of only part of the nuclear weapons, saying that “Nyongbyon is the largest,” and failed to reach an agreement.
The two leaders have emphasized good relations on the surface, but from the exchange of parent letters, it can be said that there was a big gap over how to proceed with denuclearization.
In addition, his book describes president Trump’s intentional low-risk representation of the dangers of the new coronavirus, as well as the announcement of the development of top-secret weapons, causing ripples as the presidential election approaches.