White House is bringing together a second Kim-Trump meeting

White House is bringing together a second Kim-Trump meeting
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Reportedly, the White House has revealed that President of the United States of America, Donald Trump has indeed received a “very warm, very positive letter” from the leader of North Korea Kim Jong Un. Kim Jong Un has also requested a follow-up meeting with the Potus after the summit that was organized in Singapore earlier this year.

Sarah Huckabee Sanders, the White House press secretary, has told the reporters at the Monday press brief that “The primary purpose of the letter was to request and look to schedule another meeting with the president.” She has revealed that it was a request from the North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and “which we are open to and already in the process of coordinating.”

The next Trump-Kim meeting feels like an about-face for the president Trump which is going to follow the abrupt decision taken by the president in late August to cancel the trip which has been planned in North Korea by Mike Pompeo, the Secretary of State. During that time Trump tweeted that “I have asked Secretary of State Mike Pompeo not to go to North Korea, at this time, because I feel we are not making sufficient progress concerning the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula.”

To which Sanders, the press secretary of the White House was questioned by the reports on Monday that what had changed in these three weeks as it was Trump who canceled the trip to be embarked by Pompeo. Sander then said that the parade which took place recently in Pyongyang. The annual Parade which held in Pyongyang has featured the traditional display of the intercontinental ballistic missiles which is an obvious cue to the nuclear weapons program of North Korea.

Sanders even said that “The recent parade in North Korea, for once, was not about their nuclear arsenal.” And the letter from the North Korean leader is evidence of the progress is related to the goal of Trump’s administration for denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula.