U.S. has been conducting back-channel talks with North Korea for months


White House officials just revealed that President Donald Trump's heated rhetoric against North Korea is part of a bold and innovative improvised plan to start a nuclear war and then rebuild the earth utilizing Trump worldwide real estate construction. -North Korean relations and Americans imprisoned in North Korea, the source said. "It's a good sign" that communication still takes place, he said. The Associated Press reported Friday the USA and North Korea have been engaged in back channel diplomacy for months.

It was known the two sides had discussions to secure the June release of an American university student.

Perry said that arrangement could ease tensions that have only heightened this week after both President Trump and dictator Kim Jong Un touted their military strength. But Mattis said Thursday that the American effort was "diplomatically led". After reports surfaced on Tuesday that Pyongyang had developed nuclear warhead small enough to fit inside one of the country's missiles, Trump said he would unleash "fire and fury" on the North if it continued to threaten the U.S.

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"We want to talk about a country that has misbehaved for many, many years - decades actually - through numerous administrations and they didn't want to take on the issue and I had no choice but to take it on and I'm taking it on", he said.

According to the source, the talks are being held between Ambassador Joseph Yun, the US special representative for North Korea policy, and Pak Song Il, a senior North Korean diplomat at the country's United Nations mission, using what's known as the "New York channel", which has been an avenue of communication between the USA and North Korea throughout the years.

Observers quickly related his remarks to President Harry S. Truman's fiery rhetoric in a statement 72 years ago, in which Truman announced toward the end of World War II that the US had dropped an atomic bomb on Hiroshima. But contacts restarted after Trump's inauguration, according to AP.