Video: June 12 meeting with Kim Jong Un may not work, Trump says Updated for 2021

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Updated: March 1, 2021


President Donald Trump seems to have come to believe that the June 12 meeting with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un may not take place.

Mr. Trump told reporters in Washington DC on Tuesday that the meeting may not take place.

North Korea canceled talks with South Korea last week and threatened to cancel a summit with President Trump next month, citing “provocative” military drills between the United States and South Korea.

The comments came as President Trump was receiving South Korean President Moon Jae-in at the White House about the planned summit with North Korea.

According to Axios, “the buildup to what would be an historic summit sparked speculation about a long-sought breakthrough with North Korea, and even a Nobel Prize for Trump. If the summit collapses, the U.S. and North Korea could revert to hostile relations”.

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