United States of America President Donald Trump has begun his Asia trip by visiting Japan on Sunday. During the Asia trip, he has taken a special decision to talk with North Korea. In this Asia trip, Trump may visit North Korea and might talk with North Korea’s leader Kim Jong-Un. The pre-recorded interview of Donald Trump on US TV he had mentioned the prospect of talks with Pyongyang. And he stated that “certainly be open” to meeting Kim.
Trump Is ‘Open’ To Talk with North Korea Soon He Visits Japan on Asia Trip
“I would sit down with anybody,” he said. “I don’t think it’s strength or weakness, I think sitting down with people is not a bad thing,” he said on the “Full Measure” show.
“So I would certainly be open to doing that but we’ll see where it goes, I think we’re far too early.”
The president has landed in Asia with pressures over North Korea at fever pitch, as US aircraft fly forays over the Korean landmass and concerns mount that Pyongyang may organize another atomic or rocket test. Hawkish Abe and Trump are firmly associated on the North Korea issue, with the Japanese Prime Minister adhering immovably to the US line that “all options” are on the table to manage the maverick state.
“The closeness of the relationship is unprecedented. And the degree to which US and Japanese strategies are aligned, both on the Korean Peninsula but also throughout the Indo-Pacific, is also unprecedented,” a senior Trump administration official said Sunday.
That closeness was shown on the first day when the two hitting the fairway associates hit the course within hours of Trump touching down on Japanese soil. The two leaders later tweeted pictures of their nine-hole encounter, with Abe saying the “relaxed” idea of their nature enabled them to have “candid” discourses on some “difficult” issues. However, that did not stop Trump lashing out at the trade relationship with Japan on Monday, saying it had been “winning” decades of time to the detriment of the United States.
“We want fair and open trade but right now our trade with Japan is not fair and open,” Trump told business leaders.
“The US has suffered massive trade deficits with Japan for many, many years. So we will have to negotiate and we will do this in a friendly way.”