North Korean state media announced Wednesday that leader Kim Jong Un may reconsider meeting with President Trump in Singapore next month if the United States continues to demand that Pyongyang give up its nuclear weapons program. The nation would refuse to make a deal based on economic rewards from the U.S. in exchange for denuclearization, North Korea's vice minister of foreign affairs said. White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said that the Trump administration had "fully expected" North Korea to make such threats, and said Trump was still open to the meeting. When asked about the summit, Trump said, "We'll see what happens," noting that North Korea had not canceled the plans.

Scroll for 5 things you
need to know now