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North Korea is reportedly making more nuclear weapon fuel

President Donald Trump might want to check in with North Korea on that denuclearization thing: US intelligence agencies believe North Korea has been upping production of fuel for nuclear weapons, according to a new report by NBC News.

Even as Pyongyang engaged in diplomatic talks with the US in the lead-up to President Trump’s summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in Singapore earlier this month, North Korea was increasing production of enriched uranium for nuclear weapons, NBC’s Courtney Cube, Ken Dilanian and Carol Lee reported Friday night.

North Korea has stopped missile and nuclear tests, but there is no evidence they’re decreasing stockpiles or have stopped production, one official told NBC News, and multiple officials said they believe that North Korea is trying to deceive the US, essentially extracting concessions from America without giving anything up. This isn’t the first time Pyongyang has promised to freeze or end its nuclear program, and in the past, those pledges have all gone unrealized.