South Korean President Moon Jae-in Reveals He Considers President Trump ‘More Than A Friend’

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South Korean President Moon Jae-in discussed his relationship with President Trump during an interview with Fox News’ Bret Baier on Tuesday evening.


“Ever since my inauguration last May, I had seven summit meetings with President Trump as well as more than 20 phone calls. I can tell you that I have become more than a friend with President Trump and between the two of us, there is absolutely perfect trust,” he said.

Moon added, “When you think about what President Trump has accomplished in terms of North Korea’s denuclearization, you just have to look at the changes that have been in place during the nine months ever since last November, and if you compare what President Trump said during his speech at the U.N. general assembly last year and what he’ll be saying today, then you’ll be able to distinguish the differences.”

President Moon has previously praised Trump, going as far as to credit him for bringing North Korea to the table with South Korea back in January. (RELATED: South Korean President Says Trump Deserves Credit For Making Talks With North Korea Possible)

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