President Trump revealed the one thing he told North Korean leader Kim Jong-un during a speech in Kansas City Tuesday.
“We had a fantastic meeting with Chairman Kim and it seems to be going very well,” Trump said. “I know we are joined today by many incredible veterans of the Korean war. Thank you for your courageous service.”
“As you may know, we are working to bring back the remains of your brothers in arms who gave their lives in Korea, and I hope that very soon these fallen warriors will begin coming home to lay out dressed in American soil, and that is starting the process.”
Trump then said, “At the very end of our meeting, I said to Chairman Kim–a good relationship with you, I said I would really appreciate that if you could do that. And he said–it will be done. So I was very happy and I think that process is starting very soon, we hope. Because we believe in no American left behind, we believe” (RELATED: Kim Jong Un Breaks Silence Since Summit With Letter To Trump)