US President Donald Trump informed he had accepted a “great letter” from Kim Jong UN after the North Korean leader alerted Pyongyang may pull back its approach about the discussion of nuclear if Washington insists with approvals.
Trump claimed in a cabinet meeting, “ I just got a great letter from Kim Jong Un,” retrieving that he still assumed to hold a second meeting with the leader of North Korea after the twin signed an urge on denuclearization of the Korean peninsula in Singapore in last June.
Trump said, “We really established a very good relationship. We’ll probably have another meeting.”
Trump has pitched his first meeting with Kim as a vital diplomatic victory, and recurrent his claim that there would be a “ big fat war in Asia” had they not sat down for discussion. But the development has pulled up since the Singapur meeting with the two sides contradicting over the meaning of their vivid announcement, and the rapid stance of negotiations between the US and North Korea has diminished, with meetings and visits dismissed at short notice.
Pondering about a second Trump-Kim meeting has meanwhile turned round and flowed, with the US President claiming that he hoped it would take place in this year early.
In a brief post of twitter, Trump said he “ look(s) forward to meeting with Chairman Kim who realizes so well that North Korea possesses great economic potential!”
The North is asking relief from multiple approvals inflicted over its banned nuclear weapons and the ballistic missile programs and has criticized US persistence on its nuclear demobilization as “gangster-like”.