NorKor may cancel summit with U.S. over air drills, nukes

North Korea is threatening to scrap the Trump-Kim summit in Singapore over joint Seoul-Washington air drills, and U.S. pressure to abandon its nukes.


NSFW    PYONGYANG, NORTH KOREA — The North's recent diplomatic streak may have finally come to an end, putting next month's historic summit with the U.S. at jeopardy.

The Washington Post reports that Kim Jong Un is threatening to scrap his Singapore date with Donald Trump if the U.S. keeps playing with the South and nagging about nukes.

Lil Kim didn't react to earlier joint military exercises between Seoul and Washington, but clearly the ongoing Max Thunder air drills were the last straw.

Supreme Leader is totally triggered at what he claims is a practice invasion, and is taking it out on his frenemies.

He's already cancelled upcoming talks with South Korea, despite being all chummy with its president less than a month ago. Talk about whiplash.

Washington says they haven't received a formal cancellation of the Trump-Kim playdate, so as far as they're concerned, it's still on.
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