US President Donald Trump says he believes he has made a real decision on where to go in terms of North Korea. At the same time, I was very pleased with the direction I'm heading now. Lee Yeon-chul reports.
President Trump said it was the most difficult to determine the North Korean question.
Trump, who appeared on Fox News on the 18th, answered the question about what was the most difficult decision so far.
Trump said the North Korean problem was very difficult because he went to war with North Korea.
At the same time, he said he talked to former President Barack Obama when he took office and then told President Obama that North Korea is the biggest problem the United States faces.
Trump said he believed he had made a real decision on where to go in terms of North Korea and said he was very pleased with the direction he's been following so far.
He also emphasized that he has a great relationship with North Korean leader Kim Jong Eun.
Trump said he may or may not be asking questions about North Korea's still-developing missile base, but he says he does not believe in such reports.
Then President Trump said he was on his way to America.
In the meantime, he emphasized again that he had a good relationship with North Korea.
In particular, he said he thought he made a good decision for the Americans.
President Trump said that while the United States is concerned about other problems in the world, it often puts its country behind in many cases, saying there will be no such thing while it is president.