Trump Says He Would ‘Absolutely’ Invite Kim Jong Un To The White House
Looks like things went pretty well with Donald Trump and North Korea leader Kim Jong Un on Tuesday. During the historic summit in Singapore, both leaders signed what Trump called a “pretty comprehensive” document, pledging to work toward complete denuclearization of the Korean peninsula while Washington committed to providing security guarantees for its old enemy.
Trump and Kim refused to immediately share what the declaration said, saying it would be handed out later. However, Trump held it up to reporters and photographers and it visibly read,
“President Trump committed to provide security guarantees to the DPRK and Chairman Kim Jong Un reaffirmed his unwavering commitment to complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula,” according to a preamble of the document.
Now, that these two leaders have come to an understanding it looks like Trump is ready to take this relationship back to his place. Trump was asked about possibly inviting Kim to the White House. The president said “absolutely, I would” invite Kim.
As the leaders wrapped up their historic summit, Trump said that he and Kim “have developed a very special bond” during their day together. He also said, “both sides are going to be impressed with the result.”
Kim told reporters that “the world will see a major change,” though it’s unclear how.
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