nearVideo handshake… or a slap in the face for Kim Jong-Un?
Calls for stronger sanctions, even if President Trump, Kim Jong-Un meets in the DMZ.
President Trump praised his relationship with North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un in an address to the South Korean leaders Sunday and indicated that the two men meet later in the day at the Demilitarized Zone between the two Koreas.
“It is a good feeling. I’m not going to say, to develop. I just think we have a very good relationship,” Trump said in a room full of South Korea’s most prominent figures in Seoul after his arrival from the group of 20 summit in Osaka, Japan. “I don’t know what to say about the two of us, but I can see that the two of us.”
Trump is a visit to the DMZ was planned later in the day-the visit to the fortified border. Earlier in the week, he extended an invitation to meet Kim for a handshake.
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“I understand you want to said meeting, to,” Trump. “I would like to say Hello. It will be very short.”
The two leaders should meet, it will be the third face-to-face in under 18 months. The two with each other, sat down in February to its second summit in Hanoi, Vietnam, the lane broke in the middle of a sack over the North of its nuclear ambitions and U.S. sanctions.
North Korean and American officials have recently hinted at a possible third top.
In America, relations advertises the rogue state, trump cited his lack of ballistic missile tests and efforts to return the remains of American troops killed in the Korean war. He also cited his role in ensuring the stability between the two Koreas.
“In my opinion, President Obama, or … for example, my opponent [Hillary Clinton] had had in the last election, it worked, so, I honestly believe, you would have said in a war with North Korea,” Trump.
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Later in his speech, Trump touched on the American economy and trade, said that discussions with China are ongoing.
Trump met with the Chinese President Xi Jinping on Saturday. He agreed to the plans to impose a 25-percent tariff on another $300 billion worth of Chinese goods.