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4:05 PM ET – Daniel Hoffman, Former CIA Operations Officer and Fox News Contributor, has seen the dark side of politics and is all too familiar with the corruption of government to keep the status quo in order. Hoffman will give us his take on the talks tomorrow between our President and his non-conformist strategy that has brought these two nations together.
4:30 PM ET – Sara Carter, Fox News Contributor and Investigative Reporter, is here in Singapore with us for the peace talks between North Korea’s leader, Kim Jong Un and President Trump. While President Trump does everything he can to find a way to peace, the DOJ is doing everything it can to start a war on Capitol Hill. Promised documents to the House Intel Committee on the Russia probe will no longer be turned over, and now only a small group of representatives will be permitted to learn and discuss about what might have been delivered. Looks like the Department of Justice is yet again lying to Congress and the American people. From Sara’s latest article:
The Department of Justice reneged on a commitment to provide access to documents they promised to congressional lawmakers by Thursday morning. Instead, DOJ issued a press release after midnight suggesting they will only meet with a group of select lawmakers to discuss the matter on the same day the North Korea summit opens in Singapore, according to numerous sources and a DOJ statement.
5:05 PM ET – Joe Concha, Media Writer for The Hill, walks us through the Sunday shows and hours of commentary regarding President Trump’s summit this week in Singapore with North Korea. Concha also remarked on the many tributes that have come in for Charles Krauthammer, after his announcement that he is losing his fight with cancer.
North Korea’s Kim Jong Un and U.S. President Donald Trump arrived in the tropical city-state on Sunday for the first ever face-to-face meeting by leaders of two countries that have been enemies since the 1950-1953 Korean War.
With gaps remaining over what denuclearization would entail, officials from both sides were trying to push the agenda forward ahead of Tuesday’s summit.
Commenting for the first time on the agenda, North Korea’s state-run KCNA news agency said the two sides would exchange “wide-ranging and profound views” to re-set relations. It heralded the summit as part of a “changed era”.
Moreover, the Justice Department also issued new stipulations for briefing congressional members and limited the meeting with only the Gang of Eight, which is comprised of eight leaders within Congress who are briefed on classified intelligence matters.