No, I don't personally think so, it's Kim Jung Un, for crying out loud.
yes,i think so
I doubt it he probably just wants us to get rid of ours first so we can't retaliate should they perfect theirs.
When did Kim Jung Un "give his word" about denuclearization? Certainly not during the Trump-Kim summit. All he promised (AFTER the document was signed) is to stop missile testing. Nothing about denuclearization.
Trump (and his supporters) are the ones who think denuclearization was mentioned.
Trump's biggest weakness, in negotiating (or pretending to negotiate) is to think that because HE mentioned something, then it is automatically part of the deal.
My answer (to your question) is YES, Kim will keep HIS word (not Trump's word) about denuclearization. I suspect that Kim has already an agreement with Russia (negotiated through China, two weeks ago) about a gradual denuclearization over 15 years, over an immediate agreement for commercial trade to resume immediately with these two countries (what? you think Trump would dare punish Russia and China?)
Yes he will and then we will help him improve his legacy !
No, I don't.
He can launch it at the white house first and then get rid of them
Yes. It is just? Were & how he will get rid of them. Maybe 1 to the South, 1 to Japan,1 to the U.S. & such.
I wish he would but I don't believe that he will. North Korea has reneged on nuclear agreements in the past. I'm not sure why this time would be different.