Dictionary.com gets a word in about the Singapore summit
And sums up the public’s concerns about Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un
“It means to ‘remove nuclear weapons from (a country, region, etc.)’,” they added before hashtagging #TrumpKimSummit.
It’s no surprise that President Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un’s meeting had everyone squirming, particularly since they are two highly controversial leaders of two tense nuclear powers.
After meeting with the North Korean leader in Singapore, Trump told Good Morning America that he really believes Kim Jong-un will denuclearize his country, claiming, "he’s de-nuking the whole place. It’s going to start very quickly. I think he’s going to start now."
Trump’s faith in the North Korean leader has caused a stir among the public, particularly after he announced in a news conference, "I may be wrong, I mean I may stand before you in six months and say, 'Hey I was wrong.' I don't know that I'll ever admit that, but I'll find some kind of an excuse."
Hopefully six months from now Dictionary.com doesn't see a rise in words like detonate or radiation.
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