The President heads to the second meeting with Kim Jon Un, but first lands in Vietnam late Tuesday to meet with the host country’s president and prime minister Wednesday before privately dining with the North Korean leader.
The Secretary of State and White House Chief of Staff will be attending the private dinner, the leaders will have a series of official meetings on Thursday.
Trump has set goals for him and Kim stating, “We want denuclearization, and I think he’ll have a country that will set a lot of records for speed in terms of an economy.”
Trump has been the driving force behind this week’s summit, aiming to re-create his first meeting with Kim last year.
Although, Trump shows little to no concern, he still has a plan in case Kim will not denuclearize. Which is less likely to happen, “The threat of a U.S. military strike is essentially zero, Kim’s diplomatic charm offensive has made him into a bigger player on the world stage, and he continues to whittle away at international commitment to sanctions,” Scott Seaman of the Eurasia group says.
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