Doubts on all sides in US as Trump-Kim summit looms

Staff Writer

WASHINGTON (AP) — The self-proclaimed master dealmaker is facing doubts from multiple corners as he prepares to negotiate with Kim Jong Un.
Ahead of President Donald Trump’s landmark summit next week with the North Korean leader, U.S. allies and many Republicans are raising concerns that he may impulsively give in on issues they say should be deal-breakers for the United States. Ambiguity about exactly what “denuclearization” must look like has left some wringing their hands, while others fear he may yield on a longtime North Korean wish that the U.S. withdraw some or all of its military presence on the Korean Peninsula.
In particular, national security hawks have voiced worries about Kim’s intentions and his willingness to actually follow through on any commitment he might make in Singapore...To read more, please refer to our print or online edition.