President Donald Trump said on Saturday that he would visit the Demilitarized Zone among North and South Korea on Sunday, and he freely welcomed Kim Jong-un, North’s iron-fisted pioneer, to meet him there for what might be their third party.
Donald Trump: Where did he reveal this information?
Donald Trump said that he would be delighted to meet to Supreme Leader of North Korea on his next stop which is South Korea. He said this on twitter:
After some very important meetings, including my meeting with President Xi of China, I will be leaving Japan for South Korea (with President Moon). While there, if Chairman Kim of North Korea sees this, I would meet him at the Border/DMZ just to shake his hand and say Hello(?)!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 28, 2019
What does North Korea feel about this?
North Korea demonstrated on Saturday that it would invite such a gathering.
“I think about this a fascinating recommendation, yet we have not gotten any official proposition,”
Choe Son-hui, North Korea’s first bad habit outside pastor, said in a short explanation conveyed by the North’s legitimate Korean Central News Agency.
— CNN Breaking News (@cnnbrk) June 28, 2019
Mr. Trump’s tweet got the conciliatory corps in Asia and even the president’s very own guides reeling. Ever since the last gathering between the two heads, in Hanoi, Vietnam, in February, finished in sensational disappointment, and no further substantive talks have occurred. For the meet on Sunday also, no genuine arrangements are present.
Trump has just offered to meet N. Korean Leader Kim Jong Un in the demilitarized zone to “say hello”. How did this invitation go out? Twitter of course…#NorthKorea #G20OsakaSummit pic.twitter.com/IGPW3Cp8Tz
— The Newcomer (@TheNewcomerReal) June 29, 2019
In any case, Donald Trump also likes to be flighty. He has clarified over and again as of late that he is anxious to restart dealings gone for convincing North Korea to dispense with its atomic armory.
He also told columnists that Saturday morning’s tweet was unconstrained. “I just idea of it at the beginning of today,” he said. “We’ll be there, and I simply put out an antenna.”
Let’s hope the meet this time between the President of The United States and The Supreme Leader of North Korea goes well. We are hoping for something fruitful to come out of this meet. Even though both the leaders don’t seem to be on the same tangent always, they just might crack a deal.
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