Wednesday, President Trump said he was “in no rush” to make a deal with NKorea to get it to dismantle its nuclear weapons program, and touted what he called his positive relationship with NKorea’s leader Kim Jong Un.
“I think we’re going to do very well with North Korea over a period of time. I’m in no rush. The sanctions are on,” President Trump said during a White House news conference with Polish President Andrzej Duda.
President Trump says he is considering moving about 2,000 additional US troops into Poland from Germany or elsewhere in Europe.
But he cautioned during an Oval Office meeting with Polish President Duda that a final decision has not been made.
President Trump said the United States has based tens of thousands of troops in Germany for a “long, long time” and that he probably would move a “certain number” of those personnel to Poland, “if we agree to do it.”
“We haven’t finalized anything.”
President Trump said Poland is interested in buying more than 30 F-35 Joint Strike Fighter jets from the US.
In honor of that possible purchase, a single F-35 flew over the White House on a Sunny DC afternoon. President Duda looked up and waved as the jet passed.
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