Donald Trump left the G7 meeting early to head for Singapore and meet with North Korea’s Kim Jong Un. He left behind a disgruntled gaggle of Lilliputian states who have grown accustomed to U.S. leaders accepting the institutional ropes binding the world’s greatest power, and now are shocked and angry that an American leader is putting America’s interests first.
Hoover Institution fellow Victor Davis Hanson discusses the negotiations which led to President Trump's meeting with North Korea's leader Kim Jong-un and whether the meetings will lead to denuclearization.
Hoover Institution fellow Kiron Skinner discusses what North Korean Leader Kim Jong-un expects to gain from his meeting with President Trump. North Korea has amazing resources and Kim Jong-un realizes the path to prosperity is through denuclearization and through joining the community of nations.
In his prime tweeting time, bright and early last Monday, President Trump proclaimed: "As been stated by numerous legal scholars, I have the absolute right to pardon myself, but why would I do that when I have done nothing wrong?"