South Korean President Moon Jae-in on Sunday said President Trump wants him to pass something along to North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
"The message is that President Trump has very favorable views toward Chairman Kim and he likes him," Moon told reporters. "As such, he asked me to tell Chairman Kim that he wants to implement the rest of their agreement together and he will fulfill Chairman Kim's wishes." Trump shared this with Moon on Saturday during the G-20 summit in Argentina.
Trump and Kim met in Singapore in June to discuss denuclearization, and on Saturday, Trump said he's expecting to hold another summit with him in either January or February. Trump also said he'll be inviting Kim to the United States sometime soon. Since their meeting in Singapore, Trump has touted his relationship with Kim; in September, he gushed about the "beautiful" letters they've written each other, adding, "We fell in love." Catherine Garcia