Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says the US will need to "provide security assurances" to Kim if they're able to forge an agreement. Pompeo met with Kim last week in North Korea, helping set the stage for President Donald Trump's historic summit with Kim in Singapore on June 12.
Trump wants North Korea to eliminate its nuclear weapons in a permanent and verifiable way.
Pompeo was asked on "Fox News Sunday" if the U.S. was essentially telling Kim he could stay in power if he met the U.S. demands.
Said Pompeo: "We will have to provide security assurances, to be sure.
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