"Our military exercises with South Korea are not just created to send a signal to North Korea, but also to make sure that in the event of some more Chinese adventurism in the area that the interoperability that USA forces need with South Korean forces, Japanese and others is going to be there", Brennan said.
Asked if he would meet Mr Kim in Singapore, the ex-basketball player said he thought the North Korean leader "has bigger things to worry about than seeing me right now". -North Korea talks as a step away from the war path, independent foreign policy expert Derek Davidson concluded that "Tuesday's "agreement" was nearly entirely free of any substance".
Rodman said: "It's a great day". Nearby. Oh great, where is nearby?
Instead of the Pyongyang-Shanghai- Singapore route that takes six-and-a-half hours but passes over sea routes that are more hard to protect, he flew via Beijing, which took around 10 hours.
China is North Korea's most important economic and diplomatic backer, despite its anger at Pyongyang's sabre rattling. And I didn't like it.
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Veterans of Foreign Wars, a group that advocates on behalf of all veterans, had lobbied Trump ahead of the summit to address the POW/MIA (prisoner of war/missing in action) issue with Kim during their meeting.
According to some media reports, Pakistan had secretly supplied North Korea with nuclear enrichment technology when A Q Khan headed the country's nuclear programme.
Photographs of the agreement signed by both leaders, who have now left Sentosa, reveal Kim Jong-un "reaffirmed his unwavering commitment" to denuclearisation adding the "world will see a major change". In it, Kim committed (again) to denuclearization of the Korean peninsula, and the US offered vague security guarantees in return.
"The man is way out of his depth", he said of Trump.
Mr Rodman added he suspected he "somewhat had something to do with this North Korean situation".
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But the program was suspended as political conditions deteriorated between the two countries.