US President Donald Trump on Tuesday (Feb 5) announced that his second summit with North Korea President will take place later this month in Vietnam as he also reported headway in talks with the Taliban.
Delivering his annual State of the Union address to Congress after being politically battered by a partial government shutdown, Trump hailed his diplomacy with North Korea and seized on the drama of the setting to reveal his long-planned second summit with leader Kim Jong Un.
Trump said he would meet the elusive young leader on Feb 27 and 28 in Vietnam, although he did not specify the venue.
“Our hostages have come home, nuclear testing has stopped, and there has not been a missile launch in 15 months,” Trump told lawmakers assembled in the House chamber.
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