Transcript for North Korean regime accuses the Trump administration of 'ruining the mood'
Thank you. Overseas, North Korea's new warning to the white house. Accusing the white house of ruining the mood. The fate of three Americans held prison in North Korea still unclear. Here's Jennifer Eccleston. Reporter: Tonight, north Korea accusing the trump administration of a "Dangerous attempt to ruin" warming relations on the Korean peninsula. Its foreign ministry rebuking Washington for "Misleading" claims that "So-called sanctions and pressure" are bringing them to the negotiating table. Warning the U.S. Not to "Miscalculate" peace overtures "As a sign of weakness." The isolated nation and its leader Kim Jong-un seemingly upset by recent comments like these. President trump has put economic pressure on the north Koreans and it appears to have given us this opening. Reporter: Secretary of state Mike Pompeo secretly meeting with Kim a month ago while still head of the CIA. Laying the groundwork for an upcoming summit between the north Korean leader and president trump. This could turn into a very productive discussion or it could fall apart quite quickly if Mr. Kim is not serious about giving up his nuclear weapons. Reporter: The diplomatic tussle playing out as these three American prisoners await possible release. Here, police escorting, Kim dong-chul, arrested for spying in 2015. President trump on Friday hinting at a breakthrough. I think you're going to see very good things. As I said yesterday, stay tuned. Reporter: Tonight, their fate still unknown. The pushback from North Korea a reminder that discussions between Pyongyang and Washington while historic, will not be easy. Tom? Thank you.
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