Months after a summit with the reclusive authoritarian ruler, U.S. President Donald Trump said in a recent interview that he expects to meet with Kim Jong Un again.
The two world leaders have had a tumultuous relationship, which began early in Trump’s term with a volley of insults surrounding North Korea’s nuclear missile program.
Trump said he believes “a lot of good things are happening” in the effort to see the Kim regime destroy its current arsenal and halt further development. There has yet to be any documented evidence of the hermit nation’s compliance with such an agreement.
Taking credit for ending North Korea’s missile tests during their previous summit, Trump declared that the two had “great chemistry” and will “most likely” meet again but did not elaborate.
“I like him; he likes me,” he said of the despot. “There’s no ballistic missiles going up, there’s a lot of silence … I have very good personal relations with Chairman Kim, and I think that’s what holds it together.”
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