President Trump weighed-in on Kim Jong Un’s recent threats to cancel a historic summit between the two leaders on Wednesday, telling reporters “we’ll see what happens” in the coming days.
The Commander-in-Chief was fielding questions from journalists alongside the leader of Uzbekistan when he was asked to comment on the North Korean regime’s threat to cancel the face-to-face meeting.
“We’ll have to see. We haven’t been notified at all. We haven’t seen anything. We haven’t heard anything. We will see what happens,” said the President. “Whatever it is, it is.”
The President’s comments come hours after Korean officials slammed National Security Advisor John Bolton, calling the Trump official “repugnant” for labeling Kim Jong Un’s father a “tyrannical dictator” back in 2003.