Trump considers Kim Jong-un “a great negotiator”

US President Donald Trump said that North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is “a great negotiator.”

“More importantly, I have very good relations, we have good chemistry, we get on well, he is a clever, tough, great negotiator, he sees a great future for North Korea,” the US president said in Las Vegas.

According to Trump, before he was elected president, it all looked like the US “will start a war with North Korea that could kill 50 million people.”

“I think that we have made great progress, and it happened much faster than anyone could have thought,” he said.

Previously, Trump said that he trusted the leader of the DPRK. The State Department noted that dialogue with the North Korean side continues, and US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo will soon meet with representatives of the DPRK, but the dates are still unknown.

The first summit in the history of the United States and the DPRK, at which Trump and Kim Jong Un met, was held June 12 in Singapore. Following the meeting, Trump said he had signed a “detailed” document with the DPRK, and stressed that the process of denuclearization of the Korean peninsula would begin “very quickly.” Kim Jong-un, in turn, called the signing of the final document a “new start” in relations between the two countries and promised “big changes” in the future.

According to the document, the US pledged to provide security guarantees to the DPRK, and Pyongyang confirmed its firm commitment to complete denuclearization of the Korean peninsula.

President of the United States Donald Trump said that North Korea has great potential, including from the point of view of the location of the country.

“You look from different perspectives, in terms of location, North Korea has a huge potential.” Kim sees this and many great things happen. “South Korea, Japan, China helped us a lot,” said the US president, speaking in Las Vegas, Vegas at the Republicans’ forum.

Trump noted that for many months, North Korea no longer carries out missile tests, whereas earlier “it happened every week.”

“Recently I received a phone call from Japanese Prime Minister Abe, and Japan is so grateful that missiles no longer fly over their territory,” the US president said.

Trump also called the North Korean leader Kim Jong-un “a great negotiator.”

The first summit in the history of the United States and the DPRK, at which Trump and Kim Jong Un met, was held June 12 in Singapore. Following the meeting, Trump said he had signed a “detailed” document with the DPRK, and stressed that the process of denuclearization of the Korean peninsula would begin “very quickly.” Kim Jong-un, in turn, called the signing of the final document a “new start” in relations between the two countries and promised “big changes” in the future.

According to the document, the US pledged to provide security guarantees to the DPRK, and Pyongyang confirmed its firm commitment to complete denuclearization of the Korean peninsula.