PRESIDENT TRUMP: Historic Summit Meeting With North Korea In Singapore Is Back On

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ABOVE VIDEO: President Trump said Friday a summit between the United States and North Korea will take place this summer after all, following a more than hourlong meeting in the afternoon with a top North Korean official in the Oval Office.

(FOX NEWS) – President Trump said Friday a summit between the United States and North Korea will take place this summer after all, following a more than hourlong meeting in the afternoon with a top North Korean official in the Oval Office.

“We’ll be meeting on June 12 in Singapore,” the president told reporters after the North Koreans left the White House.

He called Friday’s meeting with North Korean official Kim Yong Chol a “great start.”

Trump said Chol gave him a letter from Kim Jong Un, but he hadn’t read it yet.

Trump said the meeting was supposed to just be about “the delivery of a letter” but ended up being a lengthy conversation with the “second most powerful man in North Korea.”

“We talked about a lot of things,” Trump said. “We really did. But the big deal will be on June 12.”

After the meeting, Trump and Secretary of State Pompeo were seen taking photos with Kim and his entourage outside the Oval Office.

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