President Donald Trump and South Korean President Moon Jae-in walk off of the stage after making statements in the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington, Friday, June 30, 2017. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)
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President Donald Trump declared Friday that the U.S. had run out of patience with North Korea over its nuclear drive as he welcomed South Korea's new leader Moon Jae-in to talks at the White House.While Moon has been arguing for greater engagement with Pyongyang as the best way to put the brakes on its nuclear and ballistic missile programs, Trump made clear that he was in no mood to pursue diplomacy with a regime he accused of having no respect for human life.Frankly, that patience is over," Trump said at a press briefing in the Rose Garden.And while he avoided criticizing his guest's approach, Trump made clear he was in no mood to enter dialogue with North Korea, but rather saw sanctions as the best way to proceed. Moon said there was no dispute between his government and Trump over the nature of the threat posed by North Korea.
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