The executive order signed by Mr Trump seems to contradict his tweet following his landmark summit declaring that North Korea is no longer a threat.
Anonymous US officials have said there is no evidence to support Donald Trump's claim that North Korea has started denuclearisation.
When questioned about the human rights abuses in North Korea, the President has defended ‘tough guy’ Kim.
Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un have concluded their historic meeting in Singapore, in a summit that was peppered with undeniably strange moments. As the US President attempted to cajole the North Korean leader into giving up his country’s nuclear weapons, he showed the despot a Hollywood-style movie trailer in which Kim was presented as an action hero.
The President’s daughter tweeted the proverb as her father geared up for the historic summit with Kim Jong-un.
The President said Kim will fly to the United States for the visit ‘sometime in the future’.
Reclusive North Korean leader Kim Jong-un went on an evening tour of Singapore on Monday, posing with city-state officials at a tropical garden before visiting an infinity pool atop a landmark waterfront hotel, to the surprise of guests. Kim spent much of the day out of public view, sparking media speculation he was planning his strategy for the Tuesday summit with Trump. The foreign minister posted a selfie of him and a smiling Kim wearing his trademark dark Mao suit on Facebook.
The former basketball star wore a ‘Make America Great Again’ cap during an emotional appearance on CNN.
The President called out Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau, describing him as ‘dishonest’ and ‘weak’.
Rudy Giuliani said Trump's tough line had forced Kim Jong-un to plead to reschedule their summit.
North Korea doesn't plan on dropping its nuclear weapons but could open a burger joint, it has been reported.
Donald Trump confirmed that North Korean general Kim Yong Chol is travelling to New York for talks to reinstate the summit.
Donald Trump has tweeted that the US is in "productive talks" with North Korea about reinstating the historic summit set for June 12.
Donald Trump has cast doubt over the timing of his planned meeting with the North Korean leader.
Donald Trump has reportedly assured Kim Jong-un that he'll stay in power if he agrees to give up his nuclear weapons.
Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un had been set to meet for historic talks in Singapore on June 12.