President Donald Trump told reporters Thursday that a delegation of North Korean diplomats will travel to Washington, D.C., in the coming days to deliver a personal letter from Kim Jong-Un.
Trump’s comments came after Secretary of State Mike Pompeo met with a North Korean delegation in New York City Thursday in a bid to save a summit between Kim Jong-Un and Trump.
Trump initially canceled the planned summit after the North Korean delegation stood up U.S. diplomats during meetings and for its rhetoric threatening nuclear war.
Very good meetings with North Korea.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 31, 2018
Trump told reporters, “It’s a process. It’s all a process. We’ll see and hopefully will have a meeting on the 12th that’s going along very well but I want it to be meaningful. It doesn’t mean it gets all done at one meeting. Maybe you have to have a second third and maybe we’ll have none, but it’s in good hands. That I can tell you.”