Trump was angered after NBC News reported he had asked to dramatically increase in America's nuclear stockpile, calling it "made up". We've all grown quite accustomed to Trump's posturing, but that doesn't make his antics any easier to defend.
Last week the Nobel Peace Prize went to the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons, which has openly criticized Trump - and Kim - for making radioactive threats.
After the briefing, the secretary of state is alleged to have called Trump a "moron", although Rex Tillerson's spokeswoman has denied that allegation.
Trump's reported interest in massively increasing America's nuclear arsenal also drew widespread criticism, despite his denials.
Also at the meeting were Vice President Mike Pence, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, Defense Secretary James Mattis, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs General Joseph Dunford, Vice Chairman Gen. Paul Selva, Undersecretary of Defense Patrick Shanahan, then-chief strategist Stephen Bannon, then-Chief of Staff, Jared Kushner, then-Press Secretary Sean Spicer, and Keith Schiller, director of Oval Office Operations at the time, NBC reports. Trump said he believed the report of Tillerson's insult was "fake news" but nevertheless challenged Tillerson to an IQ test during an interview with Forbes published earlier this week.
Amir ruled out of one-day series with injury
In Pakistan and Sri Lanka , the streaming will be available on tensports.com, along with the live telecast on Ten Sports . Mohammad Amir will miss Pakistan's five-match one-day global series against Sri Lanka due to a right shin injury.
Trump decried the story as fake, but Tillerson declined to explicitly reject the claim.
As it turns out, Trump's comment on NBC was one more inaccurate tweet.
"The founders of our nation set as a cornerstone of our democracy the First Amendment, forever enshrining and protecting freedom of the press", Gordon Smith, the CEO of the National Association of Broadcasters and a former Republican senator, told The Hill.
"Recent reports that the president called for an increase in the US nuclear arsenal are absolutely false", the Mattis statementsaid.
Officials also said they asked for and got a commitment from Sudan not to purchase arms from Pyongyang. The U.S. had worked to isolate Sudan since the military coup that brought al-Bashir to power in 1989.
The inventory page also details 128GB, 256GB, and 512GB capacities, which is the same as what was leaked by Droid-Life last month. Here's the skinny: the new Google Home app has several new images to show the new Google Home devices in the Home app.
The play was the source of confidence this young player needed, but his immaturely celebration resulted in a 15-yard penalty. Or last year's divisional round playoff loss when Rodgers set his team up for the game-winning field goal as time ran out.
Tittle's NFL career started in 1948 after the Detroit Lions made him the No. 6 overall pick in the NFL Draft that year. The picture came after a play where Tittle was hit so hard that he suffered a concussion and a cracked sternum.
The new duty follows a preliminary finding that Bombardier sold 75 CSeries jets below cost to Delta Air Lines Inc (DAL.N) in 2016. The C Series wouldn't exist without the assistance of the Canadian and Quebec governments, according to the U.S. planemaker.
Federer can gain some ground if he wins next week's Shanghai Rolex Masters, where 1,000 ranking points are given to the victor . The American is chasing his third ATP World Tour crown of the season this week, following victories in Newport and Atlanta.
The Redmonder group had put the base of the new headset online, although it should have been online before the event started . Others, including the Samsung Gear VR and Google's Daydream, are aimed at the wider audience of people who use smartphones.
Saudi Arabia's General Investment Authority granted licenses to four Russian companies to work fully in the construction sector. Saudi king at airport, Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dimitriy Rogozin and Russian Foreign Minister Mikhail Bogdanov welcomed.
Khan, who heads the police force in the Kashmir Valley, denied that there had been a security breach that led to the attack. The area where the attack took place falls is an area of central district of Budgam which is considered as "most secured".
Zinedine Zidane: "We will see tomorrow [how Gareth Bale is]". "It's muscle fatigue, but we don't like to take any risks", the coach added.
Snapchat Introduces Context Cards
Launching today is a new feature called "Context Cards", which will offer extra information on the Snaps that you look at. For launch, context cards will be available in the U.S., U.K., Canada, Australia, and New Zealand on both Android and iOS.
Germany beat Costa Rica 2-1 in Group C opener in Goa
The chances of Honduras to hit the main event of the 2018 World Cup in connection with the defeat of Panama increased slightly. They were quarter-finalists in Brazil in 2014 and reached the knockout stage in Italy in 1990.
Trump To Meet With Las Vegas Shooting Victims
More than 500 people were injured in the attacks. "We know your sorrow feels endless.We will endure the pain together". Christine Torres, right, and her daughter Sydney hug at a memorial for the shooting victims in Las Vegas on Tuesday.
Liverpool want bigger Premier League TV money share
Before the November global break, Man United will play against Benfica once more before visiting Chelsea's Stamford Bridge. In the Premier League they are atop the table with Manchester City , with both teams taking 19 of a possible 21 points.
WWE Smackdown: Kevin Owens brutalizes Shane McMahon
WWE has already announced that Owens and McMahon will wrestle each other at the upcoming Hell in a Cell PPV (pay-per-view event). Her partner, Charlotte Flair, challenges Natalya for the SmackDown Women's Championship this Sunday at Hell in a Cell .
'New era' in solar energy fuelling growth in renewables: IEA
The IEA put much of the solar surge down to a large reduction in the cost of deployment and increased support from governments. Total solar PV capacity by then would exceed the combined total power capacities of India and Japan today, the IEA said.