2018 North Korea–United States summit
meeting between Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un
This article needs to be updated. (July 2022)
The White House confirmed the meeting between President Donald Trump and Chairman Kim Jong-un on 8 March 2018. This was the first time that a sitting U.S. president met the leader of North Korea since the Korean War.
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