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North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Un “begged” for the summits with President Trump to go after Trump cancelled it last month, Rudy Giuliani allegedly said on Wednesday.
Speaking in Tel Aviv, Giuliani claimed that after Trump sent a letter to Kim Jong-Un calls from the 12. June talks in Singapore, Kim “back to his hands and knees and asked for him, that is exactly the position you want him.”
Trump has since announced that the meeting with Kim was announced and White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders on Tuesday, that it would be held in the Capella Hotel on Sentosa Island in Singapore.
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The former mayor of New York, also part of Trump’s legal team handling special counsel Robert Müller Russia investigation, is his pointed comments defended in an interview with The Associated Press, by the idea that you could influence the mood in front of the historic meeting.
“It is to be noted that the President is the stronger piece,” Giuliani said outlet. “And you’re not going to have useful negotiations, unless he accepts it.”
In a letter to Kim last month, Trump called out of the summit, called the talks “inappropriate” to the “hostility” appears in the previous comments of the regime.
“Based on the enormous anger and open hostility in its most recent statement, I think it is inappropriate, at this time, the long-planned meeting,” wrote Trump in the may 24 letter. “So, please let this letter serve to show that the Singapore summit, for the welfare of the two parties, but to the detriment of the world, will not take place.”
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Giuliani told The Associated Press that after the North Korean Vice President Mike Pence, the National security adviser, John Bolton and threatened the “nuclear annihilation” of the United States, the President had no other choice but to cancel the summit will be offended.
“President trump will not take,” Giuliani said. “What he did was, he called from the summit.”
The lawyer explained: “what I mean by begging for it,” he said after the meeting was broken up, Kim quickly changed his position, to discuss his readiness to denuclearization and asked to be at the top again.
Giuliani pointed out that he was sharing a personal opinion and was not part of the US foreign policy team.
Fox News’ Brooke Singman and The Associated Press contributed to this report.