By The Daily Caller. South Korean President Moon Jae-in discussed his relationship with President Trump during an interview with Fox News’ Bret Baier on Tuesday evening.
“Ever since my inauguration last May, I had seven summit meetings with President Trump as well as more than 20 phone calls. I can tell you that I have become more than a friend with President Trump and between the two of us, there is absolutely perfect trust,” he said. (Read more from “South Korean President Moon Jae-In Reveals How He Feels About President Trump” HERE)
Trump Could Meet With Kim Jong Un by Year’s End
By Fox News. President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un could meet for a second summit before the end of 2018, according to the South Korean president.
South Korean President Moon Jae-in replied “yes” when asked during an interview Tuesday with Fox News’ Bret Baier whether he expected the two world leaders to meet in the “coming weeks.”
And when asked whether that meeting could take place “before the end of the year,” Moon replied: “Yes, I believe so.”
“I traveled to Pyongyang last week and had a very good meeting with Chairman Kim. And through the summit meeting, we had achieved some progress on denuclearization,” Moon recounted. “And also, President Trump yesterday congratulated me on the major success of the meeting I had in Pyongyang. And I look forward to a summit meeting taking place between Chairman Kim and President Trump in the not-too-distant future.” . . .
He added that Kim vowed to “permanently dismantle” both a missile engine test site and a launch platform, in addition to destroying “the nuclear facilities in Yongbyon subject to corresponding measures from the United States.” (Read more from “Trump Could Meet With Kim Jong Un by Year’s End” HERE)