Trump Meets Kim for Third Time, Becomes First U.S. President to Enter North Korea

President Donald Trump met with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un on Sunday and became the first U.S. president to enter North Korea.

Kim greeted Trump in the demilitarized zone between North and South Korea and asked him if he would like to step inside his country. Trump told Kim he would be "honored" and he took 20 steps into North Korea.

"It is good to see you again,” Kim told Trump through an interpreter. “I never expected to meet you in this place.”

“Big moment. Big progress,” Trump said in response.

Through an interpreter, Kim said that their latest meeting has "a lot of significance because it means that we want to bring an end to the unpleasant past and try to create a new future, so it's a very courageous and determined act."

Kim noted, "You're the first US president to cross this line."

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