David Nakamura Anne Gearan The Washington Post

'David Nakamura Anne Gearan The Washington Post' - 10 News Result(s)

  • China "Wants A Different American President," Says US Vice President
    World News | David Nakamura, Anne Gearan, The Washington Post | Friday October 5, 2018
    Vice President Mike Pence on Thursday issued a broad indictment of the methods behind China's rise to becoming a major economic power, asserting in a sharply critical speech that Beijing has sought to undermine U.S. interests across the globe - and to undermine President Donald Trump in the midterm elections.
  • Trump's Defiant Defense Of His Foreign Policy Approach At United Nations
    World News | David Nakamura and Anne Gearan, The Washington Post | Wednesday September 26, 2018
    Declaring the United States will "never apologize for protecting its citizens," President Donald Trump delivered a defiant defense Tuesday of a transactional world view that is increasingly at odds with consensus-driven international bodies such as the United Nations.
  • Kim Jong Un Committed To Denuclearisation, Says Trump After Historic Summit
    World News | David Nakamura, Philip Rucker, Anna Fifield, Anne Gearan, The Washington Post | Tuesday June 12, 2018
    President Donald Trump said he had "developed a very special bond" with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un during their historic summit here Tuesday, and proclaimed the start of a new era that could break a cycle of nuclear brinkmanship and stave off a military confrontation.
  • Won't Go Or Will Walk Out If Meeting With Kim Jong Not "Fruitful": Trump
    World News | Anne Gearan, David Nakamura, The Washington Post | Thursday April 19, 2018
    President Donald Trump voiced optimism Wednesday about his potential summit with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un, but he vowed to cancel the meeting or walk out if there are signs it "is not going to be fruitful."
  • In North Korea Decision, Trump Shows He's His Own Diplomat, Negotiator And Strategist
    World News | David Nakamura and Anne Gearan, The Washington Post | Saturday March 10, 2018
    Over the past six weeks, the Trump administration's roster of Korean experts, already depleted, grew even thinner. The White House mysteriously dropped its choice for ambassador to Seoul. The State Department's top North Korea specialist resigned. And the senior Asia director at the National Security Council was out the past two weeks on paternity ...
  • US To Recognise Jerusalem As Israel Capital, Which Could Lead To Unrest
    World News | David Nakamura, Loveday Morris, Anne Gearan, The Washington Post | Wednesday December 6, 2017
    President Donald Trump on Wednesday plans to upend decades of U.S. policy by formally recognizing Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and ordering the relocation of the U.S. Embassy to that city, senior aides said, a decision that could derail the White House's peace efforts and spark regional unrest.
  • Amid New Sanctions, Trump Calls North Korea's Leader 'Madman' Whose Regime Will Face New Tests
    World News | David Nakamura and Anne Gearan, The Washington Post | Friday September 22, 2017
    President Trump lashed back Friday at North Korea's leader, calling Kim Jong Un a "madman" whose regime will be "tested like never before" amid new U. S-imposed financial sanctions.
  • Nikki Haley Emerges As Interpreter, Megaphone For Trump
    World News | Anne Gearan, David Nakamura, The Washington Post | Friday September 22, 2017
    President Donald Trump's two most high-profile diplomats, Rex Tillerson and Nikki Haley, were with him at a meeting with African leaders here this week when the president took the lectern to offer a big reveal
  • Trump Imposes New Sanctions On North Korea; Kim Says He Will 'Tame The Mentally Deranged US Dotard With Fire'
    World News | David Nakamura, Anne Gearan, The Washington Post | Friday September 22, 2017
    President Donald Trump on Thursday announced new financial sanctions targeting North Korea as his administration seeks to build international support for more aggressively confronting the rogue nation, whose escalating nuclear and ballistic missile capabilities have reached what US officials consider a crisis point
  • In UN Speech, Trump Threatens To 'Totally Destroy North Korea' And Calls Kim Jong Un 'Rocket Man'
    World News | David Nakamura, Anne Gearan, The Washington Post | Wednesday September 20, 2017
    President Donald Trump warned the United Nations in a speech Tuesday that the world faces "great peril" from rogue regimes with powerful weapons and terrorists with expanding reach across the globe, and called on fellow leaders to join the United States in the fight to defeat what he called failed or murderous ideologies and "loser terrorists."

'David Nakamura Anne Gearan The Washington Post' - 10 News Result(s)

  • China "Wants A Different American President," Says US Vice President
    World News | David Nakamura, Anne Gearan, The Washington Post | Friday October 5, 2018
    Vice President Mike Pence on Thursday issued a broad indictment of the methods behind China's rise to becoming a major economic power, asserting in a sharply critical speech that Beijing has sought to undermine U.S. interests across the globe - and to undermine President Donald Trump in the midterm elections.
  • Trump's Defiant Defense Of His Foreign Policy Approach At United Nations
    World News | David Nakamura and Anne Gearan, The Washington Post | Wednesday September 26, 2018
    Declaring the United States will "never apologize for protecting its citizens," President Donald Trump delivered a defiant defense Tuesday of a transactional world view that is increasingly at odds with consensus-driven international bodies such as the United Nations.
  • Kim Jong Un Committed To Denuclearisation, Says Trump After Historic Summit
    World News | David Nakamura, Philip Rucker, Anna Fifield, Anne Gearan, The Washington Post | Tuesday June 12, 2018
    President Donald Trump said he had "developed a very special bond" with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un during their historic summit here Tuesday, and proclaimed the start of a new era that could break a cycle of nuclear brinkmanship and stave off a military confrontation.
  • Won't Go Or Will Walk Out If Meeting With Kim Jong Not "Fruitful": Trump
    World News | Anne Gearan, David Nakamura, The Washington Post | Thursday April 19, 2018
    President Donald Trump voiced optimism Wednesday about his potential summit with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un, but he vowed to cancel the meeting or walk out if there are signs it "is not going to be fruitful."
  • In North Korea Decision, Trump Shows He's His Own Diplomat, Negotiator And Strategist
    World News | David Nakamura and Anne Gearan, The Washington Post | Saturday March 10, 2018
    Over the past six weeks, the Trump administration's roster of Korean experts, already depleted, grew even thinner. The White House mysteriously dropped its choice for ambassador to Seoul. The State Department's top North Korea specialist resigned. And the senior Asia director at the National Security Council was out the past two weeks on paternity ...
  • US To Recognise Jerusalem As Israel Capital, Which Could Lead To Unrest
    World News | David Nakamura, Loveday Morris, Anne Gearan, The Washington Post | Wednesday December 6, 2017
    President Donald Trump on Wednesday plans to upend decades of U.S. policy by formally recognizing Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and ordering the relocation of the U.S. Embassy to that city, senior aides said, a decision that could derail the White House's peace efforts and spark regional unrest.
  • Amid New Sanctions, Trump Calls North Korea's Leader 'Madman' Whose Regime Will Face New Tests
    World News | David Nakamura and Anne Gearan, The Washington Post | Friday September 22, 2017
    President Trump lashed back Friday at North Korea's leader, calling Kim Jong Un a "madman" whose regime will be "tested like never before" amid new U. S-imposed financial sanctions.
  • Nikki Haley Emerges As Interpreter, Megaphone For Trump
    World News | Anne Gearan, David Nakamura, The Washington Post | Friday September 22, 2017
    President Donald Trump's two most high-profile diplomats, Rex Tillerson and Nikki Haley, were with him at a meeting with African leaders here this week when the president took the lectern to offer a big reveal
  • Trump Imposes New Sanctions On North Korea; Kim Says He Will 'Tame The Mentally Deranged US Dotard With Fire'
    World News | David Nakamura, Anne Gearan, The Washington Post | Friday September 22, 2017
    President Donald Trump on Thursday announced new financial sanctions targeting North Korea as his administration seeks to build international support for more aggressively confronting the rogue nation, whose escalating nuclear and ballistic missile capabilities have reached what US officials consider a crisis point
  • In UN Speech, Trump Threatens To 'Totally Destroy North Korea' And Calls Kim Jong Un 'Rocket Man'
    World News | David Nakamura, Anne Gearan, The Washington Post | Wednesday September 20, 2017
    President Donald Trump warned the United Nations in a speech Tuesday that the world faces "great peril" from rogue regimes with powerful weapons and terrorists with expanding reach across the globe, and called on fellow leaders to join the United States in the fight to defeat what he called failed or murderous ideologies and "loser terrorists."
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