On Tuesday, the United States President Donald Trump said that he had received a ‘very warm’ letter from North Korean Leader Kim Jong-Un, termed it as “beautiful”.

While speaking to source at the White House, President Trump was quoted saying, “I think that something will happen that’s going to be very positive,” but gave no further details.

Washington is looking forward to rebuild momentum in impede discussion with Pyongyang, objected at seeking North Korea to disassemble it nuclear weapons program. Kim and Trump last meet early this year in Hanoi, but failed to establish a denuclearization agreement.

President Trump spoke a day later the Wall Street Journal reported that Kim Jong Nam was a source for the United States Central Intelligence Agency. He was killed at the airport in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia in 2017.

The United States President said, “I did receive a beautiful letter from Kim Jong Un… I appreciated the letter. I saw the information about CIA with respect to his brother, or half-brother. And I will tell him that will not happen under my … I wouldn’t let that happen.” “A very warm, very nice letter,” adding that “I think North Korea has tremendous potential.”

However, President Trump didn’t rule out another meeting soon with Kim Jong-Un as he is due to travel to South Korea and Japan later this month.

He further claims that Kim had so far kept all his promises and not to test long-range ballistic missiles or practice underground nuclear tests.

North Korea conducted a “strike drill” in May for multiple launchers, fired tactical guided weapons in a military drill supervised by Kim Jong-Un.

President Trump claims at the time these launched didn’t create a problem in his eyes, although his advisers termed them a violation of the U.N. Security Council resolutions.

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