Trump says 5 locations are being considered for Kim Jong Un meeting
10:30, Wednesday, 18 April, 2018
President Donald Trump told reporters on Tuesday that five locations are being considered for his widely anticipated meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. Speaking amid talks with his skeptical Japanese counterpart, Trump said that "very high levels" of discussion between Washington and Pyongyang are already underway. "We have had direct talks," Trump said alongside Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. "I really believe there's a lot of goodwill. We'll see what happens, as I always say. Because ultimately it's the end result that counts." It was a dramatic opening to a two-day summit with Abe where North Korea will dominate the agenda. Both men hope the summit can smooth over differences on that issue as well as trade.