A true denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula is the last thing that US President Donald Trump will ask from North Korean leader Kim Jong-un when the two leaders meet next month, says an American analyst.
Myles Hoenig, a political and social activist who ran for US Congress in 2016, said Sunday that the US has also stored nuclear weapons in its South Korean bases and removing them would take away what Washington thinks is its biggest deterrent against China.
The Baltimore-based analyst made the remarks after Trump’s national security adviser, John Bolton, said on Sunday that Washington wanted to take away Pyongyang’s ballistic missiles as well as its nuclear weapons.
As part of the process, Bolton told ABC News Pyongyang was required to allow all of its nuclear and missile development sites to be inspected.
The nuclear weapons will be then taken to Oakridge, Tennessee, where the US will oversee their destruction, the former US…