Trump promises to 'make it up' to farmers hit by China tariffs
Apr 12 2018 by Francis Osborne
"We'll be meeting with them sometime in May or early June and I think there'll be great respect paid by both parties and hopefully we'll be able to make a deal on the de-nuking of North Korea", Trump told reporters at the beginning of a Cabinet meeting.
"The farmers will be better off than they ever were", the president said. We'll make it up to them.
Since taking office in January 2017, Donald Trump has been keen to promote domestic industry and United States exports, and has been seeking an end to tariff-free trade barriers with Japan, South Korea, and other countries, which the administration believes is hampering USA industry. "I think the limited, very precise nature of what the president did and the basis on which he did it was important".
Kim also presented his idea to urge U.S. President Donald Trump to normalize diplomatic relations and establish an embassy in Pyongyang. Kim is set to meet South Korean President Moon Jae-In on April 27.
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By his latest statements Trump has raised the pressure to act militarily; after an earlier chemical attack a year ago, he ordered a limited strike against a Syrian airfield.
But Kim's recent trip to China and a series of back-channel contacts between the USA and North Korea have raised hopes that a deal may just be possible.
Trump also talked about the recently renegotiated free trade agreement between South Korea and the United States, saying he think it's going to be "a very fair deal". About 14 million American jobs across industries depend on trade with Canada and Mexico, according to the US Chamber of Commerce, a pro-trade lobbying group. "And we have a long way to go, but we've made a tremendous progress".
The confirmation from Pyongyang directly has created more confidence within Trump's administration about the wisdom of holding such a meeting. Under Kim, North Korea has made rapid strides in its nuclear and ballistic missile programs, and is believed to be nearing the technological breakthroughs required to deliver a warhead to the continental U.S. Asked if he would fire Mueller, he said, "We'll see what happens".