US President Donald Trump does not have the full support of his administration when it comes to making peace with North Korea, with many of Trump’s aides seeking to “sabotage” a potential deal, says an American political analyst.
James Jatras, a former US Senate foreign policy analyst, made the remarks while discussing doubts over Trump’s scheduled meeting with North Korean Kim Jong-un in Singapore on June 12.
Trump said during a meeting with South Korean President Moon Jae-in in the White House on Tuesday that there was a “very substantial” chance the summit was not going to happen.
“We’re moving along. We’ll see what happens,” Trump told reporters. “There are certain conditions we want to happen. I think we’ll get those conditions. And if we don’t, we won’t have the meeting.”
The comments came after Pyongyang threatened last week that it would scrap the historic meeting unless the US quits making unrealistic…