Donald Trump has been spot on with his foreign policies, and we just can’t stop admiring him for his consistent policies and exemplary administrative action. The president has done what no other president before him could do on the foreign front— reach an agreement with Kim Jong Un from North Korea.
Both the nations met in Singapore during June this year. Here denuclearization and other solutions with North Korea were discussed. With decent headway gained towards better relations in the area, the nations are again slotted to meet over the coming months.
Some clarity is still needed for drafting policies in the area, and in that regard, Trump has mentioned that a meeting is on the cards.
“Well it is happening and we’re setting that up right now,” Trump said to reporters at the White House after he announced the resignation of U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley.
Trump praised the efforts of Secretary of State Mike Pompeo in this regard and said that he had great talks with the North Korean premier. Trump said that the timing of the meeting won’t be far away, but the major takeaway is that both the premiers are willing to meet again for crafting a plan of action towards denuclearization.
“While there’s still a long way to go and much work to do, we can now see a path where we will achieve (our) ultimate goal, which is the full and final verified denuclearization of North Korea,” he said.
“You got no rockets flying, you have no missiles flying, you have no nuclear testing. We’ve made incredible progress – beyond incredible. But I have agreed to meet,” he said. “We have a very good relationship with Chairman Kim. I like him, he likes me, the relationship is good.”
Emmy Skylar started working for Debate Report in 2017. Emmy grew up in a small town in northern Manitoba. But moved to Ontario for university. Before joining Debate Report, Emmy briefly worked as a freelance journalist for CBC News. She covers politics and the economy.