Trump may invite Kim Jong Un if summit succeeds

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Trump may invite Kim Jong Un if summit succeeds, says latest statement of the U.S. President

The successful, planned summit will end up at the meeting between the President of the United States and Kim Jong Un, the leader of North Korean, on next Tuesday ahead of the nuclear weapons program managed by the Pyongyang regime.

President was asked during a news conference held in Washington with the prime minister of Japan about hosting Kim Jong Un at the Mar a Lago resort in Florida or at the White House. The
President replied on the same wording that, “Maybe we’ll start with the White House.”

According to the reports, he has recently received a warm letter sent by the Korean leader Kim, after reading which Mr Trump thought to follow a relation of normalization with North Korea. He has also asserted that he would be raising the matter of abducted Japanese with regards to Shinzo Abe, Prime Minister of Japan and Liberal Democratic Party Leader.

In a statement, President Trump said that, “I think I’m very well prepared. I don’t think I have to prepare very much. It’s about attitude; it’s about willingness to get things done. So this isn’t a question of preparation, it’s a question of whether or not people want it to happen, and we’ll know that very quickly.”

State Secretary, Mike Pompeo stated that, “President Trump is hopeful, but he’s also going into the summit with his eyes wide open. You can be sure that President Trump will not stand for a bad deal.”

 

 

Brenda Ryu

Brenda Ryu is a reporter for Island Daily Tribune. After graduating from University of Prince Edward Island, Brenda got an internship at CBC News Atlantic and worked as a reporter and sound producer. Brenda has also worked as a reporter for Huff Post Canada. Brenda h covers entertainment and community events for Island Daily Tribune.

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Brenda Ryu

About the Author: Brenda Ryu

Brenda Ryu is a reporter for Island Daily Tribune. After graduating from University of Prince Edward Island, Brenda got an internship at CBC News Atlantic and worked as a reporter and sound producer. Brenda has also worked as a reporter for Huff Post Canada. Brenda h covers entertainment and community events for Island Daily Tribune.

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