Also this morning, on the second anniversary of the Singapore Summit we've got some tough words from North Korea that came over the wire less than an hour ago.
In a special statement by Ri Son-gwon the regime's foreign minister, marking the anniversary of Kim-Trump's Singapore summit, he said the goal of the regime is to boost its force against the potential military threat posed by the U.S.
He added that past hope for Pyeongyang-Washington relations have morphed into despair, and nothing has improved.
He also posed a rhetorical question, saying 'is it really necessary for the leaders of North Korea and the U.S. to continue holding hands?'
This is the latest in a series of statements out of the regime this week, taking aim at Seoul and Washington.