In a White House press briefing with Nigeria's president Muhammadu Buhari at his side, U.S. President Donald Trump said he believes a summit with North Korean president Kim Jong-Un will happen, and that Singapore and the Korean DMZ are possible sites for the historic summit.
Trump said he told South Korea's leader there was 'something I liked' about the DMZ because 'you're actually there.'
The American president then said he likes the idea of holding the meeting with North Korea at the DMZ. If a deal is made, he explained, "There's a great celebration to be had."
"Everybody wants us," he said. "It has the potential to be a big event."
"If it's not a success, I will respectfully leave," Trump said of the planned meeting with Kim Jong-un.
"We'll see what happens."
"If it doesn't work out well, that's the way it goes."
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