President Donald Trump called for “progress, not provocation” with North Korea on Saturday in Vietnam, following his meetings with Asian leaders this week on the growing nuclear threat from leader Kim Jong Un — a stark contrast from his past “fire and fury” comments.
“Safety and security are goals that should unite all civilized nations. We want progress, not provocation,” Trump said at the press conference in Hanoi alongside Vietnamese President Tran Dai Quang.
“We want stability, not chaos, and we want peace, not war,” Trump said. Read more at The Hill.