Russian state TV mocks end of Trump-Kim summit

Russian state TV mocks end of Trump-Kim summit
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Russian state-run media reportedly mocked the sudden collapse of talks between President TrumpDonald John TrumpIllinois governor says state has gotten 10 percent of medical equipments it's requested Biden leads Trump by 6 points in national poll Tesla offers ventilators free of cost to hospitals, Musk says MORE and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un this week.

“It ended so badly the sides even avoided signing any joint agreement," one host said, according to a translation reported by CNN. "Crafty Kim Jong Un was ready for some concessions, but not the ones Trump reportedly wanted.”

Another reportedly called the results "meager."


“Overall very, very meager for such a pompous summit," she said, according to the translation. 

Analysts reportedly went as far as suggesting that the U.S. would invade North Korea if Kim gave up his country's nuclear arsenal.

Talks between Trump and Kim in Vietnam broke down on Thursday as the leaders failed to reach an agreement. Trump defended his decision to terminate the negotiations, saying "sometimes you have to walk."

A spokesperson for Russian President Vladimir Putin said that the Kremlin is working to put together its own meeting with Kim, according to CNN.

“This meeting is on the agenda,” spokesman Dmitry Peskov reportedly said. “We will continue to coordinate this with our North Korean counterparts through diplomatic channels."