Trump meets Kim at DMZ, walks OVER North Korean Border… First President to do so…

President Donald Trump made historical past on Sunday as the primary sitting U.S. president to go to North Korea. Trump met with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un at the DMZ and briefly crossed the border into North Korea.

“The relationship that we’ve developed has meant a lot to many individuals and it was simply an honor to be with you. And it was an honor that you requested me to step over that line. And I used to be proud to step over that line. I assumed that you just would possibly do that, I wasn’t certain, however I used to be prepared to do it,” Trump stated later at a press convention.

Greeted by a beaming Mr. Kim, the president stepped throughout a low concrete border marker at 3:46 p.m. native time and walked 20 paces to the bottom of a constructing on the North Korean facet for an unprecedented, camera-friendly demonstration of friendship supposed to revitalize stalled talks.