Donald Trump says Kim Jong-un could be invited to the US

Posted June 08, 2018

"I think I'm very well prepared, " Trump told reporters at the start of his Oval Office meeting with Abe.

"Kim Jong-un got back on his hands and knees and begged for it, which is exactly the position you want to put him in", Mr. Giuliani said.

He added the USA could "absolutely" sign an agreement to end the Korean War, tough the bloodshed stopped with a 1953 armistice, and that, eventually, "we would certainly like to see normalization" with Pyongyang.

Giuliani, who is an attorney for the president, recommended the Trump administration to adopt the same approach with Palestinians.

Presidential aides had said the decision was immature, but Trump reportedly brushed aside their concerns.

"I think I'm very well prepared".

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"I don't think it will be one meeting, " Trump said.

"The only ones sensitive about this are the media", he said.

'We know this has been a long, intractable challenge.

Asked whether the two sides had narrowed their differences on how they defined denuclearization, Pompeo said they had, but he declined to give details. We can not take sanctions off.

Trump told reporters on Thursday he would quit the talks if he felt he must, and would ramp up US sanctions pressure on North Korea if the talks did not go well. "Perhaps after that negotiation, I will be using it again. We're looking at it, we're talking about it with a lot of other people", Trump told reporters.

Speaking at the White House alongside Shinzo Abe, the Japanese prime minister, he said: "It's about the attitude".

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"It was just very nice, but did not say much other than we look forward to seeing you", he said.

The president said he was also optimistic about a normalisation of diplomatic relations with North Korea in the long term.

Many Asia experts worry that Trump is, as one former Bush official who worked on Asia policy recently put it to POLITICO, "is going to wing this summit". "That he understands that the current model doesn't work", Pompeo said.

Trump himself seems to have softened on the idea that Kim would be willing to swiftly surrender his nuclear arsenal, presumably after being informed by advisers that the goal is wildly unrealistic. Trump on Friday departs for a 24-hour stop in Canada for the Group of Seven summit of leading industrial nations. Trump pulled out of President Barack Obama's nuclear accord with Iran over the objections of European allies.

Trump is seeking to get North Korea to agree to denuclearize but acknowledged that is not likely to happen immediately. The Japanese leader wanted to make sure that Trump's efforts to negotiate an agreement don't harm Japan's interests.

After what seemed like a lost opportunity, the summit between United States of America and North Korea is officially back on cards.

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