The CD refers to the moniker Trump gave Kim past year when tensions between the two world leaders had reached a boiling point.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and an American delegation met with their North Korean counterparts for almost three hours in Pyongyang Friday, the first face-to-face meeting for the U.S.'s top diplomat after President Trump and Kim Jong Un signed a joint declaration in Singapore last month.
He said he expects North Korea to be ready to "fill in some details" of the commitments made by Mr Kim in Singapore.
Now, he'll be able to hear the tune, and maybe return the favour with a mix tape.
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo speaks during a meeting with North Korean Director of the United Front Department Kim Yong Chol at the Park Hwa Guest House in Pyongyang, North Korea, July 6, 2018.
Despite reports that North Korea has actually continued to expand facilities related to the nuclear programs during the weeks since the Singapore summit, Mr. Trump has remained upbeat about the prospects for a breakthrough.
Pompeo arrived at Pyongyang's Sunan Airport on Friday afternoon, where Kim and other officials, including Foreign Minister Ri Yong Ho, Kim Chang Son, a senior official at the State Affairs Commission, and others were at the tarmac, ready to greet him and the USA delegation, South Korean news service EDaily reported. "When I took office, you can quote me on this, North Korea was doing tremendous testing, tremendous missile launches". "We'll see. All I can tell you is this, you haven't had one missile launch and you haven't had one rocket launch".
The sources said North Korean diplomats have been sent to Bern, Davos and Geneva to obtain firsthand information about global conference halls and hotels that could be used for a bilateral summit and talks involving China and South Korea. They're not doing that anymore.
A Hwasong-12 long-range strategic ballistic rocket test-launched on May 15, 2017. "Who knows. And if it does, I won't be happy".
The lawmaker served as a chairman of the parliamentary defense committee, and was recently briefed on the North's military activities, the South Korean news agency reported.