President Trump on Saturday said that he would like to see North Korea get involved in the upcoming Winter Olympics in South Korea.
“I’d like to see them getting involved in the Olympics and maybe things go from there. So I’m behind that 100 percent,” the president told reporters at Camp David.
The president took credit for what appears to be a slight improvement in relations on Saturday.
“I spoke to the president, as you know, with President Moon [Jae-in] of South Korea. He thanked me very much for my tough stance and, you know, for 25 years they haven’t been using a tough stance,” he continued.
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