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>> Donald Trump gave a familiar answer on Wednesday when he was asked about his planned meeting with Kim Jong-un.>> Well, we're gonna see what happens. On Singapore, we're gonna see.>> Hours later, North Korea's Vice Foreign Minister said the future of that summit is entirely up to the United States.
Choe Son-hui blasted the U.S. through state media saying that Pyongyang could make Washington quote, taste an appalling tragedy, and that they would not beg the U.S. for dialogue. She also condemned VP, Mike Pence, for comparing the North to Libya. Libya had to unilaterally give up its nuclear weapons and Pence warn the North could end up with the same fate if Kim Jong-un doesn't make a deal.
All this as anxiety rises over whether or not next month's summit will even happen.>> It could very well be June 12th, we will see, we'll know next week.>> Earlier this week Trump raised his doubts in talks with South Korea's president Moon Jae-in. He had come to Washington to urge Trump not to let a rare opportunity with the north slip away.
A similar message from China's foreign minister on Wednesday.>> I told our US colleagues, if you want to solve the problem, now is the time.>> Meanwhile, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says it's up to Kim Jong-un whether or not the talks will go ahead. He warned on Wednesday that the US is however prepared to walk away from the summit if it heads in the wrong direction.